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Topic # 3565 1-Mar-2005 20:07
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recently i've looking at H5550 and HX2415, both are priced at $650 region, they both are secondhand and i like both. I have H3850 and a PCMCIA jacket which will be useful if i get H5550.

I like the fact that HX2415 and HX2715 both have CF and SD slot in one, and both are using WM2003SE. Though HX2415 has less memory and slower CPU than HX2715.

My dillemma here is... I am ok with both H5550 and HX2415... but i really hope to get HX2715 if it is in market now.

Features that i would like to use are BT, WIFI, WM2003+, good CPU speed, decent amount of RAM/ROM, SD/CF options (or pcmcia jacket with cf->pcmcia). My main use will be using BT to my imate smartphone, and WIFI while on the hotspot zone.


Please, if anyone can give me your opinion on this...

p/s: if you know a H5550 that has WM2003SE that'll be great (though I doubt this is available)... also a reasonably priced for all the above devices... and there is a very high chance that i will want to get it on hire purchace.


Cheers.

Kel.




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Reply # 13229 1-Mar-2005 20:16
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I know it's not in your list - but there's no competitor in speed and form factor to the h4150. It's small, light, the fastest Pocket PC available (as I write this), and it runs Windows Mobile 2003 (not second edition though, which is not bad, since 2003 SE seems to be slower than 2003).

It comes with SD only, but both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Yes, I have one.

Anyway, my $0.02




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