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Hewlett Packard iPAQ h2210 PDA

Discussion in ''Rbay' started by pulsar_stu, Apr 24, 2012.

  1. pulsar_stu

    pulsar_stu Active Member

    Oct 14, 2005
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    Hewlett Packard iPAQ h2210 PDA with new battery & cable/stylus

    For sale, my HP iPAQ H2210 series PDA.

    The PDA is in excellent used condition, however will arrive unboxed.

    I am including a battery which was sold to me as new, and holds a good charge,

    along with stylus and foldable official keyboard!

    Ideal device for anybody on the move who needs to type documents etc.

    Detailed item information

    Product Identifiers
    Brand Hewlett Packard
    Model iPAQ h2210
    UPC 808736588409

    Key Features
    Installed Memory RAM 64 MB
    Operating System Microsoft Mobile Pocket PC 2003
    Processor 400 MHz Intel XScale
    PDA Series Hewlett Packard IPAQ

    Tech Details
    PC Interface Bluetooth, Infrared, USB
    Color Depth 16-bit (64k colors)
    Wireless Capabilities Optional Wireless
    Devices Display Technology Transflective Color TFT
    Battery Type Proprietary Lithium
    Input Method Touch Screen
    Included Accessories AC adapter, Charger Adapter, Charger Cradle, Soft Slip Case
    Built In Music Player MP3 Player
    Special Features Sound Notification
    Audio Output Built in Speaker, Headphone Jack
    Processor Speed 400 MHz
    Processor Type Intel XScale

    Screen Resolution 240 x 320
    Depth 11.53 cm
    Height 1.55 cm
    Width 7.65 cm
    Weight 144.3 Gram
    Screen Size 3.5 Inch

    Manufacture Website www.compaq.com/products/quickspecs/11612_div/11612_div.PDF
    Year Released 2003


    £25 deliverd
  2. PobodY

    PobodY Moderator Staff Member

    May 26, 2008
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    Will it run ECU talk or whatever it's called?
  3. Fast Guy

    Fast Guy Moderator Staff Member

    Jun 19, 2002
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    ECU talk is a piece of hardware, but there is software, just can't remember it's name. (datascan, conzult, something on those lines)
  4. pulsar_stu

    pulsar_stu Active Member

    Oct 14, 2005
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    Thats what i bought it for George, ive downloaded a version of it onto a memory card but not sure if it works because my battery on the car has give up on me and i havent been able to charge it up yet to have the car running long enough to see if the ecutalk works or not.Bit to technical for me to work it out lol

    Theres a few upgrades on the ecutalk website and i dont know if i have to use an early one because this pda is older or if the new ones will work?

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