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Re: Re: Worries about rubber grips [Re: ]
      #11846 - 06/07/04 02:28 PM

My feeling is that it's certainly not a sure thing the grips will come off. HP is a good company who cares about their reputation and they wouldn't continue to use a manufacturing process that results in guaranteed failure. I had a 2215 for 6 months and the grips were just as tight as the day I bought it. I avoided the included case like the plague, but other than that, gave it no special care.

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Re: Re: Worries about rubber grips [Re: LisaG]
      #12217 - 06/17/04 12:31 PM

I hate sounding stupid BUT...

I want to install some freeware games (space invaders) and other utilities but they always ask you what type of processor your particular PDA has: ARM, ARM4, MIPS, SH3. WCE420X86, X86, etc....

What breed is the IPAQ 2215??

Thank you!


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Re: Re: Worries about rubber grips [Re: zettler]
      #12218 - 06/17/04 01:29 PM

The iPAQ has an Intel XScale processor which can run ARM software.

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Re: Re: Worries about rubber grips [Re: LisaG]
      #12219 - 06/17/04 01:36 PM

God Bless You!!! That is what I thought but do you think I could see it mentioned anywhere, including the description (specifications) at HP's own site???

Nope!


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Re: iPAQ 2215 review [Re: ]
      #12484 - 06/23/04 02:02 PM

Pocket PCs only come with Windows syncing software. If you wish to use the iPAQ with a Mac, you'll need to purchase either MissingSync for Pocket PC from www.markspace.com or Pocket Mac Pro from www.pocketmac.net. MissingSync works quite well.

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is the iPAQ 2215 macintosh compatible?




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