Pocket PC Buyer's Guide 2005 is a comprehensive guide for people looking to buy a new Windows Mobile device, hardware, or software. A Quick Guide introduces you to the main features of a Windows Mobile Pocket PCs, Pocket PC Phone Edition devices, Smartphones and handheld PCs.
In the "Ask Microsoft" column, a Microsoft representative answers questions from the Pocket PC magazine readers. One of the questions was about Portable Media Center devices; the answer explains the Portable Media Center and its features.
An article discusses the pros, cons, and performance benchmarks of all Pocket PCs including the 4 new HP iPAQs.
David Shier and Barry Shilmover answer a very commonly asked question "What is a Windows Mobile Smartphone," and describe all its features in their article.
Jeffrey Strasser describes how he uses his Windows Mobile Smartphone in his everyday life.
If you are thinking of buying a Windows Mobile Smartphone, you can read about the pros and cons of all the Windows Mobile Smartphones.
A detailed categorized listing of best Pocket PC and Smartphone applications gives brief description, price, and the Web site where you can buy them.
The "Top Hardware Accessories" section has a listing of best hardware accessories available for the Windows Mobile devices along with their price and the Web site where you can buy them.
In the Enterprise section, Don Sorcinelli has a guide to help you select the Pocket PC that meets your enterprise needs. Pros and cons of the various ruggedized/vertical niche Windows Mobile devices and handheld PCs are also described in this section.
If you are looking for a custom application for your Enterprise, then the article by Nathan Clevenger has suggestions, and listings of developers who can fulfill your needs.
Dr. Edward Zabrek has a listing of best healthcare software for medical professionals.
Editor Richard Hall suggests ten ways you can be more productive with your Pocket PC.
Wireless guru David Shier sheds light on the wireless options for your Pocket PC.