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Comment: tested working unit as pictured in original oem HP Jornada 545 color pocket pc box. Color Pocket PC with stylus in lid, USB Charger/Sink Cable, Expansion possibilities Pack Software, jordnada software disc, Serial Sync Cable & User Guide in Original Box.
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Hewlett Packard Jornada 545 Color Pocket PC

by HP

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  • Sharp 12-bit color LCD screen, 4,096 colors
  • Includes MP3 player for listening to downloadable music and audible.com spoken-word content
  • Read electronic books, view vivid color photos, and play realistic 3-D games
  • Check e-mail and surf the Web; keep up with latest news, sports, and stocks
  • What's in the box: Jornada 545, Stylus, AC adapter, USB cradle, Serial cable, Removable cover, Earbuds, Quick Start Guide, Documentation pack, CD-ROM software
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Product Description


The Hewlett-Packard Jornada 545 color pocket PC is the first PDA to fully embrace Microsoft's new Windows CE Pocket PC system. Synchronizing the HP Jornada 545 with your computer requires just the touch of a button. Slim enough to fit in your hand and light enough to carry in your pocket, the HP Jornada 545 can replace a bulky laptop computer and still keep a busy person on top of tasks and appointments. The HP Jornada 545 features 16 MB each of ROM and RAM and a 240 x 320 pixel color LCD screen. Its built-in software bundle includes Pocket PC versions of Microsoft staples such as Word, Internet Explorer, Excel, and Outlook. It allows users to store thousands of addresses and years of appointments, check e-mail, review Word or Excel documents, and surf the Web. It even enables users to listen to digital music and read electronic books.

The HP Jornada 545 offers a variety of user interfaces including an onscreen keyboard, four customizable keys, two quick keys, and handwriting recognition. Input and output connections include an RS232 serial port, a USB port, and an infrared port for fast transfer of data from one infrared-equipped device to another. Although the built-in memory is plenty to support most users, this pocket PC also offers a CompactFlash card slot for removable memory, making it easy to view digital images or listen to MP3s downloaded from other devices. Some of the audio highlights of the HP Jornada 545 include a speaker, voice recording capability, and a headphone jack.

The HP Jornada 545 features a stylish yet durable metal alloy case with a removable flip-up cover. It runs on a built-in lithium-ion battery with an approximately 8-hour life. In the box come the HP Jornada 545 Pocket PC, a USB synch cradle, a serial cable, a worldwide multivoltage AC adapter, a removable cover, one stylus pen, earbuds, and a user's guide to get you started. You also receive a CD-ROM with additional programs to further optimize the HP Jornada 545's features and CD-ROM with the full standard PC version of Microsoft Outlook 2000.

Hewlett-Packard backs the HP Jornada 545 with its one-year Customer Care warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the box

  • Jornada 545
  • Stylus
  • AC adapter
  • USB cradle
  • Serial cable
  • Removable cover
  • Earbuds
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Jornada CD-ROM
  • HP documentation pack
  • HP Jornada Accessory Guide
  • Microsoft ActiveSync CD-ROM and Getting Started with Microsoft ActiveSync booklet

Product Details

Product Manual [3.31mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 3.1 x 0.1 inches ; 9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004SGD3
  • Item model number: 545
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #491,698 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 4, 1999

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It's very sleek and stylish.
Nestor A Pereira Jr
The Pocket PC Journada 545 from HP is the best PDA that you can buy on the market.
Andrew Moore
I believe it will be well worth it, and this is my next investment.
Robert C Wuhrman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

137 of 144 people found the following review helpful By onthedot@xprt.net on May 4, 2000
I have looked at Windows CE devices before and found them under powered, over priced, and inadequate in several respects. After months of scrutiny and research, I was finally ready to buy a Palm Pilot. At the last minute, I looked at the Jornada 545 and bought one on the spot.
Its handwriting recognition is like nothing else I've used. In a couple of hours I was entering data quickly--something I didn't think was possible considering the high marks the Palm OSs Graffiti earned, but never worked well for me.
The color screen is great. I bought the Pretec modem and was able to surf the web. In the morning I download all the new web pages I typically read and review them throughout the day when I have a little time.
I needed a PDA to keep in sync with email and my Internet site, but the Palm's "Web Clipping" technology just wasn't worth it. The Pocket Internet Explorer is great.
The Jornada 545 is also fast. It boots instantly, and the syncrhonization between my Microsoft Outlook is GREAT!
This elegant collaboration between HP and MS is a must have product!
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81 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Mark Ashton on April 20, 2000
I'm a long-time Palm user - I've bought three different versions over the last three years. Overall I think the Palm's are ok but there always seemed to be something I wanted to do but couldn't. I managed to get a new Jornada 545 from a friend at HP and absolutely love it. It's simple to use and it does so much more than my Palm. The browser is very good given the constrained screen real-estate. The color is great. The media player is great. The only thing it lacks that I'd like is built-in wireless support. If I could connect to the web/email directly I'd probably use this instead of my laptop for many situations.
All in all I highly recommend the Jornada.
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68 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Ken Smith on May 1, 2000
Well I have found a product that is not only a gadget but actually works just the way I would have made it myself (if only I could). The HP545 is the best "thing" I have come across for many years. It has, at a stroke, replaced two items I habitually carry and another that I was going to buy. These are my organiser / Tape player / MP3 Player.
I habitually spend (too) many hours of my life stuck in hotel rooms and airplanes (down the far back and up the very front) and I love the concept of the "talking books" / audio cassette that are now available - it saves my eyes and helps me sleep. What I do not like is having to pay almost as much for postage as for the cassettes and waiting 4 weeks to get them. Then having to hump around all those cranky cassettes and the battery eating player.
Yesterday I changed my life. Using my HP545 and Audible.com I brought 5 new audio books, downloaded them on the internet and uploaded them to my 545 in the space of an hour. This cost me 25% of what it would in cassette format + postage. It would have been less than an hour too, but I was still fumbling the software a little. My goodness why could it not have always been this easy...
I now have in my 90MB FlashMemory card (buy it and plug it in) 8 printed books (lots supplied - classics but still I haven't read that many of them), 10 MP3 favorites and 25 hrs of audio book programming. And there is still space to spare.
Transfers to and from the PC are a snap and the USB connection is very fast. Don't even think of doing these file sizes on the serial though. No USB - think about another solution or you will grow old waiting for the files to move.
The included apps are just GOOD.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Phaedrus on April 27, 2000
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I'm a die-hard Palm user, and I still keep my Palm VII around for wireless Internet access; but the Jornada really is a great device. The backlit screen has great color; there's a slight problem with vertical banding when there's a variety of different color brightnesses on the screen, but it's still extremely readable, much more so than the Palm screen.
The Microsoft Reader application is wonderful; I can't wait until some more eBooks start coming out. A number of good public-domain books are included with the package, though.
I have yet to have it crash, but that could be because I'm very conscientious about closing applications I'm no longer using--something that's easy to do from the HP Settings screen, which is called up by one of the hardware buttons. (Most of the crashes I've heard about seem to revolve around having a fairly large number of applications running, until the poor thing finally runs out of memory and keels over.)
If you're a creative type like me, the built-in voice recorder is a wonderful touch; you don't have to switch applications, or open the Jornada's cover, or even turn it on--just press and hold the Record button on the side and start talking. You can later easily review the notes or transfer them to the PC. If you plan on making extensive use of this feature, though, you might want to buy a 32MB CompactFlash memory card along with the Jornada, though, as voice recordings made on the high-quality setting can use up memory in a hurry.
The email capabilities and pocket Internet Explorer are quite nice; you'll find these features much more useful if you're already using Outlook as your desktop email program, or if you're willing to switch.
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