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HP iPAQ 514

HP iPAQ 514
alaScore 85

720 reviews

May, 2021

We have collected and analyzed 140 expert reviews and 580 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 73/100 and users rate it 75/100. The average review date is Nov 27, 2006. We have compared these reviews to 2628629 reviews from other Cell Phones. The alaScore™ for this product is 85/100 = Very good. Last update: May 11, 2021.

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Consumer review ( review summary for HP iPAQ 514


alaTest has collected and analyzed 22 user reviews of HP iPAQ 514 from The average user rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones on Reviews about the battery and screen are overall positive. The performance and size are also appreciated, whereas the reliability and reception get less positive comments.

portability, size, performance, screen, battery

usability, durability, reception, reliability

82% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

May, 2021

Consumer review ( review summary for HP iPAQ 514


alaTest has collected and analyzed 198 user reviews of HP iPAQ 514 from The average user rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cell phones on People really like the sound. The usability also gets good feedback, whereas the camera and reliability get mixed reviews. There are some less positive opinions about the connectivity and size.

portability, usability, sound

performance, size, connectivity

76% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

May, 2021

Expert review by : Peter Rojas (

HP's iPAQ hx7360 Pocket PC Phone


No pics (at least not yet), but some unconfirmed details have popped up about what is supposedly going to be HP's next Pocket PC Phone (at least after the hw6500 and 6700 finally get here), the iPAQ hx7360. Sounds fully-loaded, it's listed as...

Mar, 2005

Expert review by : Jamie Lendino (

HP iPAQ 210


HP's latest PDA is a shining example of a dying product breed, but it still makes plenty of sense for enterprise use.

Fast, next-generation CPU. Bright, high-resolution screen. Solid battery life.

Expensive. Graphics performance falls short. Touch screen was sometimes unresponsive.

Apr, 2008

Expert review by : Grace Aquino (

Review: HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger


Aptly named the Voice Messenger, this GSM/EDGE smartphone reads text messages and e-mail aloud in a voice reminiscent of the Jetsons' robot maid, Rosie. While...

View, create, and edit Word, Excel, or PowerPoint documents. Slick appointment calendar provides quick access to a specific date. Handy Shortcuts button quickly launches frequently used apps. Sync Outlook e-mail and contacts using Wi-Fi or USB. Makes...

Echoey call quality. No 3G support. Cramped keypad and slippery, rounded keys. Some voice commands (especially ones involving messaging or data entry) require additional button presses to work. OS is a little sluggish

Mar, 2007

Expert review by : Bonnie Cha (

HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger review


The HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger features advanced voice-command functions and the new Windows Mobile 6 operating system with enhanced e-mail functions and Office Mobile tools. The smart phone also has a compact design, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a...

Unfortunately, the iPaq 510's speakerphone quality was subpar, and there is no support for 3G. The phone's keypad and navigation controls also are cramped, and it has a lower resolution screen.

Despite some niggling design flaws and the lack of 3G support, the HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger offers outstanding voice-command features as well as the enhanced productivity tools of Windows Mobile 6.

Feb, 2007

Expert review by : Sascha Segan (

HP iPAQ 51X Voice Messenger


I bet you've never seen an iPAQ like this. The HP iPAQ Voice Messenger 51X is HP's first phone-first smartphone, the first retail US phone to combine cellular and Wi-Fi calling built in, and the first retail device I've seen running Windows Mobile 6...

Windows Mobile 6. Built-in VOIP support.

Feels slow. Quiet speakerphone. Low-res screen. No 3G. Buggy.

HP's first phone-shaped device, first true dual-mode smartphone in the US, and first official Windows Mobile 6 phone is a good fit for many businesses, but individual consumers should wait for something that feels faster and less buggy.

Feb, 2007

Expert review by : Laura Blackwell (

HP iPAQ HX2755 PDA (625MHz, 128MB, SDIO/CF/SD/MMC Card, Pocket PC 2003)


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Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Laura Blackwell (

Ipaq HX2755 PDA


HP's IPaq Hx2755 packs plenty of processing power and RAM, and its simple design is mostly easy to use. The unit's most notable shortcoming, though, is also its most distinctive feature: a biometric fingerprint reader.

However, you may want to think twice about showing off your vacation photos on this device. JPEG photos looked only average on the Hx2755's screen; although color was pleasing, details didn't look terribly crisp, and a light grid made every image look...

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Laura Blackwell (

Ipaq RZ1715


HP's IPaq Rz1715 Mobile Media Companion wants to be the fun-loving friend you take with you everywhere. Its welcome screen puts its Music shortcut at the top and its Photos link on the left, leaving the less glamorous Contacts and Schedules to the...

In my informal tests, the Rz1715 synced perfectly with my XP-based desktop system, and the battery took about 3.5 hours to drain 90 percent of its capacity

Oct, 2004

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Expert review by : David Carnoy (

HP iPAQ h4350 Pocket PC review


HP iPAQ h4350 Pocket PC

Includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth; built-in keyboard; cradle can charge second battery; high-capacity, removable cell.

Expensive; larger than an average handheld; corporate e-mail should be easier to set up.

It's longer than your average Pocket PC, but its integrated keyboard and higher-capacity battery make the H4350 a top choice for heavy Wi-Fi users.

Oct, 2003

Expert review by : Roger Hibbert (

HP iPAQ h5000 Pocket PC review: HP iPAQ h5000 Pocket PC


Integrated Bluetooth; USB charging; some storage space in nonvolatile flash memory; strong software bundle.

Somewhat big and heavy.

Though it lacks the Wi-Fi of the high-end H5550, the step-down H5150 offers Bluetooth capability and compatibility with a broad range of iPaq add-ons.

Aug, 2003

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