"The good: Includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth; built-in keyboard; cradle can charge second battery; high-capacity, removable cell.
The bad: Expensive; larger than an average handheld; corporate e-mail should be easier to set up.
The sharp, transflective, 65,000-color, TFT screen is the same one found on this year's other iPaqs. The unit looks a lot like the H4150 with a mini QWERTY keyboard attached to its bottom. All in all, the keyboard--which offers blue backlighting for inputting text in the dark--is superior to the one found on Handspring's Treo 600. The keys are raised and have just enough space between them to prevent mistyping. We also liked how HP put the number keys in a dial-pad configuration and gave them a darker, carbon coloring. They'll come in handy when, theoretically, you'll be able to use the H4350 as a phone using VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) technology--so long as you're in range of a Wi-Fi hot spot. HP says the device supports this feature, but we were unable to test it."