Compaq iPAQ 3955 Color Pocket PC
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- Memory is upgradeable via a Secure Digital (SD) card slot
- Use CompactFlash cards with an optional adapter
- Secure Digital Card expansion slot
- Play MP3 music or audio programs from the Web, and record and play back voice or meeting notes
- Docking cradle, lithium-polymer rechargeable battery, touch-sensitive display, soft keyboard
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1) Using a connection to the internet (purchase a Secure Digital wi-fi card and stick it into the iPaq) you can transfer money and check your bank balance, if you bank support online banking. Do it anywhere in the house, or even at Starbucks, using their wi-fi hotspots.
2) You can watch your DVD movies on the airplane on the iPaq using Pocket TV; checkout [the website] for idiot-proof instructions on how to transfer those movies you downloaded...(legal movies, of course ;) into your Pocket PC in no time flat.
3) Play Super Nintendo and Original Nintendo - as well as Gameboy games - on your Pocket PC. Of course, ROMS are generally illegal. So in reality, you cannot do this. But if you were so inclined, various emulators - all of them, except for the SNES, are full speed (and larger than original screen size, in the Gameboy emulator's case) - are readily available on the internet. Checkout pocketgamer.org for info on Pocket PC gaming.
4) Use it as a remote control. If you've misplaced the sound system remote again, simply use the iPaq sitting in your pocket.
5) Look at (and edit) your digital camera pictures.Read more ›
I don't like the palms, primarily becuase the graffiti pad is built into the screen; on a pocket pc you can choose between keyboard or a graffiti type recognition system or have the option to use the FULL screen. My girlfriend wanted one so I bought her a color palm m130(she mostly wanted the removable faceplates) and that one is really nice. Palms are definately the better option if you want an organizer, you would like some cool games and programs, and you want to pay less than [$$$} for one. She loves it, but I wanted more.
This Ipaq has the BEST screen. They made it thinner so there is not that annoying gap between the actual screen and where the stylus touches the pad. Makes it easier to use. The audio is very good; use one of those cassette adapters for a car cd player, plug it into this and you have awesome skip free digital quality music to pump. The screen is nice and big and VERY bright.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I searched all the local stores to find a PDA. Everyone said that it's not sold at stores anymore, because the cell phones had cornered this market. Read morePublished on March 12, 2009 by NettD
This has to be one of the worst PDA's on the market. It is all style over substance. I own two of these PDAs and none of them charge at all... They are completely dead. Read morePublished on March 11, 2007 by Jarrod
With all of the things that I am required not to forget, for someone as forgetful as I, this is my most valuable asset. It does not let me down. Read morePublished on January 10, 2007 by T. Horne
For those of you experiencing problems with sustaining a power charge... I had the same problem and my iPAQ only held a charge for a few hours, I was always losing data and... Read morePublished on May 12, 2006 by Lisa
I bought my 3900 series Ipaq brand new (not refurbished). It has worked GREAT for the first 2 years. During the 3rd year, the battery started dying. Read morePublished on September 19, 2005 by D. Anderson
I have had my 3955 for only 16 months of relatively light usage (I do not even use it every day, as I quickly learned how rapidly the unit burns through a charge). Read morePublished on September 28, 2004 by C. Alston
Got this refurbished from Costco. Good screen etc. BUT, the power runs out every time you turn your back on it and there IS NO BACKUP (watch-type) battery. Read morePublished on April 22, 2004 by John Broglio
Words cannot even begin to describe this handheld pc. Well, I'm over exagerating a little. If you wanted to get a pocket pc, I suggest you get an Ipaq. Read morePublished on March 18, 2004 by YONG SHU LIN
This is a great piece of equipment. i would recommend it for any working person with a full schedule. you can use it for anything! Read morePublished on March 6, 2004 by Jrew