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Comment: HP iPaq hx2415 pocket PC with charging dock and power adapter. Stylus is not missing. Is in very good condition with light signs of wear. Tested and works.
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HP iPAQ hx2415 Pocket PC

by HP
19 customer reviews

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  • Intel PXA270 Processor 520 MHz
  • Integrated WiFi (802.11b) and Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Integrated Compact Flash type II (CF) and Secure Digital (SDIO) slots
  • HP ProtectTools secured by CREDANT Technologies security application
  • 3.5" transflective TFT QVGA with 64K color LED backlight display, landscape and portrait display modes
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Product Description

Product Description


From the Manufacturer

The versatile HP iPAQ hx2000 series Pocket PC offers optimal configurations of performance, enhanced security, connectivity and expandability to suit your business and personal needs.

Choice of configurations, manageability and common accessories provide a better total cost of ownership (TCO) for businesses.

  • Several models with optimal configurations of processor, wireless radios, security solutions, memory size and battery size allow you to choose the right model for your needs and budget.
  • iPAQ Backup safely backs up your applications and data. You can set up automated backups based on time or battery charge and store your backup in main memory, iPAQ File Store, or on an SD or CF memory card.

Wireless capabilities so you stay connected in and out of the office.

Integrated Wi-Fi (802.11b)

  • HP iPAQ Pocket PC hx2415 and hx2755 models
  • Enables high speed wireless access to the Internet, email, and corporate data solutions
  • Connect at the office, home, or Wi-Fi hotspots (even your local coffee shop)

Integrated Bluetooth wireless technology for wireless communication with other Bluetooth devices

  • Connect to the Internet and access your data remotely via a cellular phone with Bluetooth technology. 1,4,5, 6
  • Create personal area networks using peer-to-peer communication with another Bluetooth device for collaboration and information sharing.
  • Print your documents, email, brochures, and pictures to a Bluetooth enabled printer

Serial IR provides you with an easy method of exchanging data between Serial IR enabled devices.

Enhanced security protection for your device and wireless connection.

  • HP iPAQ hx2755 has an integrated biometric fingerprint reader which protects the information on your Pocket PC by allowing you to easily authenticate yourself to the device using your unique fingerprint, or a combination of a PIN and/or fingerprint.
  • With HP ProtectTools secured by CREDANT Technologies, you can easily secure your device by using a PIN or password to control access, imposing industry-standard encryption to protect stored data and providing fail-safe actions that automatically occur if a device is lost or stolen.7
  • Full VPN and WEP enhanced security included in the Microsoft OS. A VPN provides enhanced security when accessing your secured corporate information over the Internet.1, WEP provides 64-bit and 128-bit encryption security for an authorized connection and data transfer when connected via Wi-Fi (802.11b).

Easy to carry means you can get more done on the go.

  • Plastic flip cover helps protect the display from damage.
  • Small enough to fit in almost any pocket or purse.
  • Soft rubberized side grips for a comfortable feel and slip free grip.

Product Details

Product Manual [2.64mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 3 x 0.6 inches ; 5.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0006HPCLY
  • Item model number: FA299A#ABA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at December 31, 2004

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By T. Cambridge on May 10, 2005
The iPaq hx2415 is my second PDA. It is replacing my slower, but still fully functional Compaq iPaq 3635, one of the original iPaqs. I loved it and used it daily for everything from productivity to entertainment. My review is going to be more of a comparison between the two devices.

Expansion/Memory Cards:

The hx2415 is awesome! It's everything I had in the 3635 and so much more. Because my 3635 did not have any built-in expansion card slots, I had the compact flash expansion sleeve, which added bulk and took away from the slim, ergonomic style. In searching for a new PDA, one of my main requirements is that it would have to take compact flash cards natively, without an attachment. There are others on the market, however, I never had any problems out of my Compaq so I wanted to stick with the HP/Compaq brand. Not only does the hx2415 take the compact flash, it also takes the secure digital (SD) cards as well! Great job on providing multiple expansion slots HP.


I have been doing research and looking at the newer PDAs for about six months. The vast improvement in the displays just blew my 3635 out of the water. The colors are brighter, sharper and much more crisp on the hx2415 and the newer PDAs. Without a doubt, it was much easier on the eyes, even with the screen protector that I put on, right out of the box.


I bought my 3635 new in the summer of 2001. I replaced the battery myself with a high-capacity battery. The original was down to about 20 minutes of good usage per full charge! :( After the new battery, I could go for a week and a half with more than my normal daily usage and the backlight on!
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Island Girl on August 12, 2005
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After my Visor Edge died on me suddenly, I was considering buying another palm device, but I decided to try my first Pocket PC because of the ability to create and edit files created in Microsoft apps like Word and Excel. The other features interested me as well such as Windows Media Player, Bluetooth, expansion slots etc. Not to mention, it looks so good (even better in your hand).

I have been using my iPaq for over a week now, and I am loving it. Who needs to carry around an iPod when u have an iPaq. If u need hours of music, simply use a high capacity SD memory card and you are in hog heaven. Bluetooth works excellently. I have used it synchronize information with my PC and transfer files with my T610 cell phone. I have not had a chance to use WiFi as yet.

My friends and coworkers are all drooling over my iPaq. While I was researching which model to purchase, a coworker tried to convince me that a notebook was the way to go. I listed to her attentively and purchased the iPAQ hx2415. She quickly changed her mind when I started showing her the features the little iPaq had. Her exact words were, "It's like a notebook...just smaller and cuter!" The clarity of the screen, processing speed, and functionality blew her away, in fact, right now she is considering buying herself an iPaq because she is tired of carrying around her notebook.

The device itself feels very good in hand, this is aided by the rubberized side grips. It is slightly heavier than my old Visor Edge, but I don't mind. The things I am doing now on it, were only a dream with the Edge.

The only complaint I have is that the X button does not close apps, but minimizes them. Once you get used to that it is ok. To date, I have had no lockups. I have never had to reset the device.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 8, 2005
I got to try the various handhelds of friends and family over the years, but I never really felt the need for one. But in the last few years they've become much more than glorified clip boards. I have both a Windows XP PC and an older Mac at home, and it occurred to me that I could get by with just one PC, since my wife and I usually just check e-mail and surf the Internet anyway. The thought of checking my e-mail while soaking in the hot tub in our back yard had immense appeal too!

The latest models have tons of features, though they are still stripped-down versions of full PCs. On the plus side this makes them much simpler to operate. On the down side you have to be careful not to lose content in the files you synchronize through your handheld due to the different versions of software on your handheld and your PC. And there's obviously not nearly as much software written for handhelds as for PCs.

At first I really wanted a Blackberry, as it combines a handheld with a cell phone, but I had just bought a new cell phone with contract and didn't want to waste that money. Plus, the Blackberry really needs a wireless broadband Internet service to be useful... and that's usually $50-60 a month. And since I already have DSL at home, and T1 or whatever at work, I couldn't see spending more money for yet another fast connection service. I did have to shell out $59 for a wireless Linksys DSL router so my iPaq could use my DSL connection, but it works much better than the wired one I used to have (the old Linksys constantly needed to be rebooted).

The HP iPaq hx2415 is what I ended up buying, partly because it appeared to have all of the features I wanted, and because of HP's good reputation. And price is now below $300!
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