HP Smartphones Mocksville NC

HP offers a wide range of smartphones with differing capabilities and features to accommodate every smartphone users needs. Here you’ll find additional information on HP smartphones as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

Martin-Marietta Aggregates
(704) 278-2218
740 Quarry Rd.
Woodleaf, NC
Shaver Wood Products, Inc.
(704) 278-9291
14440 Statesville Blvd.
Cleveland, NC
Southern Concrete Materials-Cabarrus Division
(704) 216-3102
Salisbury Plant, 235 Peeler Road
Salisbury, NC
Penrod Medical Equipment, LLC
(704) 630-1155
2424 Statesville Blvd.
Salisbury, NC
Precisiontek, inc.
(704) 216-0138
3330 Airport Loop Road
Salisbury, NC
Woodleaf BioDiesel Innovations, LLC
(704) 278-2256
6840 Woodleaf Road
Woodleaf, NC
Associated Asphalt Salisbury, Inc
(704) 636-0781
1825 Jake Alexander Blvd.
Salisbury, NC
Old Carolina Brick
(704) 636-8850
475 Majolica Rd
Salisbury, NC
Cellular Sales
(704) 647-0037
1935 Jake Alexander Blvd W
Salisbury, NC

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HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger

New HP Smartphone, Mobile Portals

The next device in the parade of Windows Mobile 6 phones is the HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger. We’ll note its release, and we’ll take a brief look at more mobile offerings, including mobile YouTube, and some freebies.

HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger

The biggest news surrounding HP’s new device, which we noted in an earlier column, is that it’s the first time they’ve offered a Smartphone rather than a Pocket PC Phone Edition. Oops. That’s the old terminology. The 510 is properly referred to as Windows Mobile Standard (as opposed to the Windows Mobile Professional, which is the new appellation for the Windows Mobile Phone Edition). And of course, a main difference between the two is that the Smartphone/Windows Mobile Standard device doesn’t have a touch screen.

According to PDA Street , various stores recently began selling this device, but there was no major announcement. They speculate that no carrier signed up to offer the device. It’s being sold as an unlocked GSM phone with a $320 price tag.

The candy-bar-style device with numeric keypad is smaller than HP’s 6900 series with a 240 x 320-pixel display. It has EDGE but no 3G data capability, along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless networking. And it includes a 1.3 mega pixel camera. Laptop magazine has a thorough review.

Despite the quiet launch, it’s great to see yet another Windows Mobile 6 device on the market — among the many that will be appearing in the coming weeks.

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Mobile Portals

And speaking of accessing the Internet on your device, do keep in mind our list of mobile portals at www.pocketpcmag.com/mobile/mobile.asp . If you’re heading there via your device, a shorter URL is ppcmag.com/mobile and then click on Best of the Mobile

In other mobile news, Microsoft recently launched a new version of its Mobile MSN portal, which has been completely redesigned and reengineered. Point your browser at mobile.msn.com for one-stop access to e-mail, news, sports, entertainment, local movie listings, maps and directions, as well as Windows Live services such as Windows Live Hotmail, Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Spaces, and Live Search.

Pocket PC Thoughts notes their confusion regarding why Microsoft is still developing Mobile MSN given that this mobile portal is being replaced by Live Mobile , which we’ve covered a number of times.

In addition, Yahoo recently launched Yahoo Go 2.0 in the U.S. and also a beta version in 12 ...

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HP iPAQ 910 Business Messenger

HP iPAQ 910 Business Messenger

HP's newest smartphone is compact and combines excellent wireless and performance specs

The HP iPAQ 910 Business Messenger The HP iPAQ 910 Business Messenger started shipping in July 2008 as an unlocked GSM phone rather than with a carrier in the U.S. In the past, AT&T has carried the iPAQ line, but there's no word that they'll pick this one up. The 910 retails for $499 and is available online direct from HP and from retailers that carry HP mobile products and phones.

The 5.4-ounce 910 is a bit thicker than the BlackJack II, thinner yet slightly heavier than the Treo 800w, and narrower than the Motorola Q9h. It is pleasingly compact and significantly thinner than QWERTY side-sliders like the AT&T Tilt. If you love the size and design of the BlackJack II and Moto Q9 but want a touch screen, the 910 is your answer.

It has a jogwheel on the upper right edge with an OK button just below along with a standard D-pad. There are buttons for voice dialing, the camera, and volume on the sides, with the power button on top. The standard mini-USB jack and microSD card slot are located on the left side under rugged rubber doors. The camera lens, LED flash, self-portrait mirror, and speakerphone are on the back with the large battery door below. The SIM card lives under the battery.

It's easy to smart-dial, speed-dial, open the Start Menu, check e-mail, use Internet Explorer, and close windows with one hand. Though the 320 x 240 landscape display is small by WM Professional standards at 2.46", it isn't too small for link tapping or reading text, and it's bright.

Phone, reception, and data

The 910 is a quad-band unlocked GSM/EDGE phone that also has worldwide 3G UMTS and HSDPA bands. It has the newer and faster 7.2 Mbps HSDPA spec, which provides quick Web page loads and fast e-mail downloads. The phone runs a convenient wizard that sets up data and MMS when a new SIM is inserted.

Reception is good, and is in line with the BlackJack II but not quite as good as the Moto Q9 and Tilt on AT&T. The 910 will drop down to EDGE if the 3G signal isn't at least moderately good. By default, the 910 is set to automatically select bands, but you can override this and set it to GSM or UMTS as you see fit.

Call quality and volume were decent, making it loud enough for a somewhat noisy environment like a restaurant. If you're in a busy mall or at a ball game, opt for a headset. The speakerphone is located on the phone's back and the volume is below average, though sound quality is good with little distortion.

The 910 has the usual suite of call features including smart dialing, speed dial, call waiting, and conference calling. HP includes Cyberon's Voice Commander 2.5.1, a good speech recognition and command system that doesn't require voice tags and supports voice dialing over Bluetooth, along with launching applications, checking appointments, and ...

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