HP iPAQ 110/ 111 Pocket PC Information Center
For a long while it seemed the standalone Windows Mobile PDA, or Pocket PC, was a thing of the past. Then HP showed otherwise, giving those who enjoy the classic Pocket PC experience a reason to celebrate: the HP iPAQ 110 Series and 210 Series Classic Handhelds.
With a design reminiscent of the h1940 and rx1950 Series iPAQ Pocket PCs, the iPAQ 110 has a curved design with a screen-dominated face and slim 0.5-inch form factor. Though the iPAQ 110 is the entry level touchscreen device in the newest iPAQ family, it's by no means a wimpy PDA. Features include 256MB of flash memory (for storage), a zippy 624MHz ARM-based CPU, a Secure Digital card slot with support for SDIO peripherals as well as the new SDHC high-capacity SD cards, Bluetooth 2.0 and 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, a 3.5" TFT touchscreen display and a 1200mAh Li-Ion battery for up to 10 hours of use per charge. The iPAQ 110 also includes a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.
The iPAQ 111, years after its first date of sale, is still available for purchase from retailers below.
NOTE: the iPAQ 110 and 111 are the same device. HP uses model number variants to track sales venues.
iPAQ 110/111 Specifications
- 624MHz Marvell PXA310 Processor
- 3.5-inch Touchscreen QVGA Display
- Onboard 802.11b/g Wi-Fi
- 64MB RAM / 256MB ROM
- Onboard SDHC Slot w/ SDIO
- Onboard Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
- 1200mAh Lithium Ion Battery
- 3.68oz: 2.7" W x 0.54" D x 4.6" H
- Windows Mobile 6 Classic OS
- Dual Speakers & 3.5mm Jack
- miniUSB & 24-pin Connector