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Geekzone Pocket PC Performance Centre
Posted on 21-Dec-2003 22:05 | Tags Filed under: Reviews


This article lists Pocket PCs previously reviewed on Geekzone with a performance index chart. From here you can go directly to the review article.

With this chart you can easily visualise and compare the performance between Windows Mobile Pocket PC models in the market.

Windows Mobile Pocket PC
HP iPAQ hx4700 review
HP iPAQ rx3715 review
HP iPAQ rz1710 review
HP iPAQ h4350 review
HP iPAQ h4150 review
Dell Axim X3 review
Toshiba e750 (Bluetooth) review
Toshiba e400 review
Toshiba e800 review
Toshiba e830 review
Navman PiN (Mitac Mio 168) review

Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition
HP iPAQ h6365 (h6315) GPRS review
i-mate Pocket PC Phone Edition GPRS review
HTC Falcon (Audiovox PPC 5050) CDMA 1xRTT review
i-mate PDA2k Pocket PC Phone Edition GPRS (a.k.a. Vodafone VPA III, T-Mobile MDA III, O2 XDA IIs)
Harrier Pocket PC Phone Edition CDMA EV-DO review (a.k.a. Sprint PPC-6601, Verizon XV6600)
i-mate Jam Pocket PC Phone Edition (a.k.a. MDA Mini)
O2 Xda Exec (a.k.a. i-mate Jasjar)

The HP iPAQ rx3410 in the chart was tested by our team, but we did not publish a review of it.

If you are confused with all these device names, check our Smart Devices Database.

Spb Benchmark index for Toshiba E750, E400, HP iPAQ H4150, iPAQ H4350, rx3715, rx3415, h6365, h6315, i-mate, MDA Mini, O2 XDA, T-Mobile MDA, Dell Axim X3, HTC Falcon CDMA,PPC6601,XV6600,Navman Pin, Toshiba E830,VX6600

Other charts (open in new window, 50kbytes each):

CPU Index
File System Index
Graphics Index
CPU Whetstones MFLOPS Index
Copy files Index
Frames per second Index

The charts on this page are created using Spb Benchmark. In each one of the following articles you'll find a XML file with data that you can use to create your own chart, comparing these results with many others by visiting the Spb Benchmark web page.

The Spb Benchmark index reflects the overall performance of any Pocket PC hardware. It depends on hardware design of the Pocket PC device, taking into account the performance of CPU, memory, file and video systems. We test the devices with default settings. Note that some devices have a scale control. In the case of the Dell Axim X3 there's an applet in the settings panel where users can choose between Maximum (400Mhz), Normal (400Mhz), Power Save (300Mhz) and Auto (controls the speed based on CPU load), and the test was performed in the default Auto setting.








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