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iPAQ

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iPAQ presently refers to a Pocket PC and personal digital assistant first unveiled by Compaq in April 2000; the name was borrowed from Compaq's earlier iPAQ Desktop Personal Computers Since Hewlett-Packard's acquisition of Compaq, the product has been marketed by HP The devices use a Windows Mobile interface In addition to this, there are several Linux distributions that will also operate on some of these devices Earlier, units were modular "Sleeve" accessories, technically called jackets, which slide around the unit and add functionality such as a card reader, wireless networking, GPS, and even extra batteries were used Latest versions of iPAQs have most of these features integrated into the base device itself

Hewlett-Packard introduced the first smartphone iPAQ Pocket PC that looks like a regular cell phone and has VoIP capability The series is the HP iPAQ 500 Series Voice Messenger1

HP's line-up of iPAQ devices includes PDA-devices, smartphones and GPS-navigators A substantial number of current and past devices are outsourced from Taiwanese HTC corporation

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Model list
    • 21 Jacket-compatible
    • 22 Newer models
  • 3 Alternative operating systems for the iPAQ
    • 31 OpenEmbedded
    • 32 Familiar Linux
    • 33 Intimate Linux
    • 34 NetBSD
    • 35 Plan 9 from Bell Labs
    • 36 Ångström distribution
  • 4 Upgrades
    • 41 Internal Li-ion battery
    • 42 RAM upgrade
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References

Historyedit

The iPAQ was developed by Compaq based on the SA-1110 "Assabet" and SA-1111 "Neponset" reference boards that were engineered by a StrongARM development group located at Digital Equipment Corporation's Hudson Massachusetts facility At the time when these boards were in development, this facility was acquired by Intel When the "Assabet" board is combined with the "Neponset" companion processor board they provide support for 32 megabytes of SDRAM in addition to CompactFlash and PCMCIA slots along with an I2S or AC-Link serial audio bus, PS/2 mouse and trackpad interfaces, a USB host controller and 18 additional GPIO pins Software drivers for a CompactFlash ethernet device, IDE storage devices such as the IBM Microdrive and the Lucent WaveLAN/IEEE 80211 Wifi device were also available An earlier StrongARM SA-1100 based research handheld device call the "Itsy" had been developed at Digital Equipment Corporation's Western Research Laboratory later to become the Compaq Western Research Laboratory With the acquisition of Compaq by Hewlett-Packard, HP discontinued the Jornada line of Microsoft Windows powered Pocket PCs, moving development and marketing of Pocket PCs to the iPAQ line

A feature in Linux Magazine in 2001, described the iPAQ 3630 as a "highly promising platform" and depicted it running Pocket Linux,2 shown in summer 20003 The first iPAQ to be released was the H3100 It had a four-bit grayscale display, running on Pocket PC 2000 The H3100 was succeeded by the similarly-designed H3600 Changes included a colour display and a chrome coloured directional pad compared to the monochrome display and gunmetal grey d-pad of its predecessor The H3600 was succeeded by the H3800 and H3900, which retained the same form factor, but had a different button layout

In June 2003, HP retired the h3xxx line of iPAQs and introduced the h1xxx line of iPAQs targeted at price conscious buyers, the h2xxx consumer line, and the h5xxx line, targeted at business customers They were sold pre-installed with the Windows Mobile for Pocket PC 2003 Operating System The h63xx series of iPAQs running the Phone Edition of Windows Mobile 2003, the hx47xx series and the rz17xx series, both running the Second Edition of Windows Mobile 2003 were introduced in August 2004

In August 2004, HP released the rz17xx and rx3xxx series of Mobile Media Companions These devices were aimed at consumers, rather than the traditional corporate audience Emphasis was placed on media features, like NEVO TV Remote and Mobile Media They ran on Windows Mobile 2003SE

In February 2005, the iPAQ Mobile Messenger hw6500 series was introduced to selected media at the 3GSM conference in Cannes, France It was replaced a year later by the hw6900 series, running on Windows Mobile 5

In 2007, the iPAQ rx4000 Mobile Media Companion PDA/media devices and rx5000 Travel Companion PDA/GPS devices were released Both series of iPAQs work on the Windows Mobile 5 Operating System WM5, as do the hx2000 and hw6900 series The first HP Windows Mobile 6 device, the iPAQ 500 Series Voice Messenger, with the Windows Mobile 6 Standard Operating System WM6, and numeric pad, was released in the same year

The entire iPAQ line was completely revamped by the introduction of five new iPAQ series to complement the introduction of the iPAQ 500 Series Voice Messenger earlier in the year The models announced were the 100 Series Classic Handheld, the 200 Series Enterprise Handheld, the 300 Series Travel Companion, the 600 Series Business Navigator and the 900 Series Business Messenger The 100 and 200 Series are regular touchscreen PDAs without phone functionality running WM6 The 300 Series Travel Companion is not a PDA; marketed as a Personal Navigation Device, it is a handheld GPS unit operating on the Windows CE 50 core Operating System with a custom user interface The 600 and 900 series are phones with integrated GPS and 3G capabilities, running the WM6 Professional The 600 series possesses a numeric pad and the 900 series features a full QWERTY keyboard

In December 2009, HP released the iPAQ Glisten, running on Windows Mobile 65

As of April 2011, no new models have been announced HP continues to advertise the 111 series and the Glisten on its website, however As such, the status and fate of the iPAQ line is unclear

In mid-August 2011, HP announced that they are discontinuing all webOS devices, and possibly mobile devices4 It is unclear if this move will affect the iPAQ line, although they are producing several new iPAQs for the Dutch Railways as of November 2011

Model listedit

Jacket-compatibleedit

These older models are compatible with the iPAQ Jacket which can accept 1× CompactFlash, 1× PC Card or 2× PC Card slots

iPAQ jacket PN 173396-001 PCMCIA PC port 1× internal Li-ion battery PN 167648 37 V 1500 mAh upgradable

Model variants RAM MiB ROM MiB Slots CPU CPU ClockMHz OS WiFi Bluetooth IrDA PN 173396-001 Special Feature
H3150 H3130, H3135 16 16 None SA-1110 206 PPC2000 Yes 4-bit gray scale display
H3650 H3630, H3635 32 16 None SA-1110 206 PPC2000 Yes Yes
H3670 H3660 64 16 None SA-1110 206 PPC2000 Yes Yes
H3760 64 32 None SA-1110 206 PPC2002
H3830 Rosella 32 32 1SD SA-1110 206 PPC2002 Premium Yes
H3850 64 32 1SD SA-1110 206 PPC2002
H3870 64 32 1SD SA-1110 206 PPC2002 BT11 Yes Yes
H3950 64 32 1SD/IO PXA250 400 PPC2002 Premium Yes NEVO TV Remote Software
H3970 64 48 1SD PXA250 400 PPC2002 Premium BT11 Yes Yes NEVO TV Remote Software
H5150 64 32 1SD PXA255 400 WM2003 BT11 Yes Yes NEVO TV Remote Software
H5400 64 48 1SD PXA250 400 WM2003 80211b BT11 Yes Yes NEVO TV Remote Software, Biometric Fingerprint reader
H5500 128 48 1SD PXA255 400 WM2003 80211b BT11 Yes Yes Biometric Fingerprint reader

Newer modelsedit

Model RAM MiB ROM MiB Slots CPU CPU ClockMHz OS WiFi Bluetooth More
H1910 64 16 1SD PXA250 200 PPC2002 No No No RS232 Support
H1915 64 16 1SD PXA255 200 PPC2002 No No No RS232 Support
H1930 64 16 1SDIO S3C2410 203 WM2003 No No No RS232 Support
H1940 64 32 1SDIO S3C2410 266 WM2003 No BT11 No RS232 Support
rx1950 32 64 1SDIO S3C2442 300 WM5 80211b No
rx1950 Navigator 32 64 1SDIO S3C2442 300 WM5 80211b No GPS
H2100 64 64 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 312 WM2003 80211b No
H2110 64 64 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 312 WM2003SE No Yes
H2210 64 32 1CF 1SDIO PXA250 400 WM2003 No BT11 NEVO TV Remote Software v20
H4150 64 32 1SDIO PXA255 400 WM2003 80211b BT11
H4350 64 32 1SDIO PXA255 400 WM2003 80211b BT11 Integrated QWERTY keyboard
hx2100 64 64 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 312 WM5 No BT IrDA, USB 20
hx2110 64 64 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 312 WM2003SE No BT12 IrDA, USB 11
hx2190b 64 192 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 312 WM5 No BT12 IrDA, USB 20
hx2200 64 1CF 1SDIO PXA250 400 PPC2003 Premium Yes No
hx2410 64 64 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 520 WM2003SE 80211b BT12
hx2415 64 64 1CF 1SDIO 1MMC PXA270 520 WM2003SE 80211b BT12
hx2490b 64 192 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 520 WM5 Premium 80211b BT IrDA, USB 20
hx2490c 64 512 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 520 WM5 Premium 80211b BT IrDA, USB 20
hx2495b 64 192 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 520 WM5 80211b BT171
hx2750 128 128 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 624 WM2003SE 80211b BT12
hx2790 64 192 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 624 WM5 80211b BT171
hx2790b 64 320 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 624 WM5 80211b BT171
hx2790c 64 512 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 624 WM5 80211b BT171
hx4700 64 128 1CF 1SDIO PXA270 624 WM2003SE 80211b BT12 VGA, may be unofficially upgraded to WM 65
rz1700 32 32 1SDIO S3C2410 203 WM2003SE No No
rz1710 25 1SDIO 1SD/MMC S3C2410 203 WM2003SE No No Full RS 232, IrDA
rx1950 64 32 1SIO 1SD/MMC SC32442 300 WM50 80211b unknown May be unofficially upgraded to WM 61
rx3100 64 32 1SDIO S3C2440 300 WM2003SE 80211b BT12 NEVO TV Remote Software v20
rx3115 64 32 1SDIO S3C2440 300 WM2003SE 80211b BT12 NEVO TV Remote Software v20
rx3415 64 32 1SDIO S3C2440 400 WM2003SE 80211b BT12 NEVO TV Remote Software v20
rx3417 64 64 1SDIO S3C2440 400 WM2003SE 80211b BT12 NEVO TV Remote Software v20
rx3700 64 128 1SDIO S3C2440 400 WM2003SE 80211b BT12 Camera
rx3715 64 128 1SDIO S3C2440 400 WM2003SE 80211b BT12 IrDA, 12 MP Camera, NEVO TV Remote Software v20
h6300 64 64 1SDIO TI OMAP 168 WM2003 80211b BT11 GPRS/Camera
h6310 64 64 1SDIO TI OMAP 1510 168 WM2003 80211b BT11 GPRS
hw6500 64 64 1SDIO 1miniSD PXA270 312 WM2003SE BT12 GPRS/EDGE, GPS
hw6900 Sable 64 64 1miniSD PXA270 416 WM50 80211b BT12 GPRS/EDGE, GPS
rw6800 64 128 1miniSD PXA270 416 WM50 80211b BT12 GPRS/EDGE
110 64 256 1SDHC/SDIO PXA310 624 WM60 80211b/g BT20 w/ EDR
210/211/214 128 256 1CF 1SDHC/SDIO PXA310 624 WM60 80211b/g BT20 w/ EDR VGA,USB Host Support
614c 128 256 1SDHC/SDIO PXA270 520 WM60 80211b/g BT20 w/ EDR QVGA, GPRS/EDGE/3G, GPS
910c 128 256 1microSDHC PXA270 416 WM61 80211b/g BT20 w/ EDR QVGA, GPRS/EDGE/3G, GPS
Glisten 256 512 1microSDHC Qualcomm MSM7200A 533 WM65 80211b/g BT20 w/ EDR QVGA, GSM/UMTS/HSDPA, aGPS

Alternative operating systems for the iPAQedit

OpenEmbeddededit

The OpenEmbedded distribution is as of 2016 the only actively maintained Linux distribution for the iPAQ models, by way of the meta-handheld layer5

Familiar Linuxedit

An alternative Linux-based OS available for the iPAQ was Familiar It is no longer actively maintained since 2007

It was available with the Opie or GPE GUI environment, or as a base Linux system with no GUI if preferred

Both Opie and GPE provided the usual PIM suite calendar, contacts, to do list, and notes as well as a long list of other applications Support for handwriting recognition, on-screen keyboard, bluetooth, IrDA and add-on hardware such as keyboards are standard in both environments

The v084 2006-08-20 version supports HP iPAQ H3xxx and H5xxx series of handhelds, and introduced initial support for the HP iPAQ H2200, Hx4700, and H6300 series6

Intimate Linuxedit

On devices with added storage primarily microdrives there was a modified port of Debian called Intimate7 In addition to a standard X11 desktop, Intimate also offered the Opie, GPE and Qtopia suites Qtopia was a QT-based PIM suite with an optional commercial license

NetBSDedit

NetBSD will install and run on iPAQ

Plan 9 from Bell Labsedit

Plan 9 from Bell Labs runs on the iPAQ The nickname of the architecture is "bitsy," after the name of the ARM-based chipsets used in many of the machines

Ångström distributionedit

See Ångström distribution

Upgradesedit

The hx2000 series and some later models are upgradeable to newer versions of Windows Mobile Upgrades could be purchased from HP Windows Mobile 2003 could be installed on the H3950, H3970, h5450 and possibly other models of the H3xxx series with sufficient ROM capacity Other "cooked" roms have been provided by the group known as xda-developers and are available for the hx2000 series, the hx4700 and others These include Windows Mobile 60, 61 and 65

Internal Li-ion batteryedit

iPAQ models 3100–3700 are fitted with internal Li-ion battery PN 167648 37 V 1500 mAh which can be replaced with a 2200 mAh unit The same battery is used in the iPAQ jacket PN 173396-001 PCMCIA PC port, which may also be upgraded to a 2200 mAh unit The 3800/3900 series are fitted with a 1700 mAh cell as standard, also upgradeable to 2200 mAh Compaq presumably upgraded the battery to cope with the faster CPU's power requirements

RAM upgradeedit

It is possible to have the internal RAM of an iPAQ H3970 and hx4700 upgraded to 128 MB by using a specialist service to replace the surface-mount BGA RAM chips

See alsoedit

  • HP Touchpad
  • HP Slate
  • Personal digital assistant
  • Windows Mobile
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Jornada PDA – The predecessor of sorts to the iPAQ line
  • HTC HD2
  • SuperWaba – Free and open software development kit for Pocket PC and Linux iPAQs
  • Pocket PC

Referencesedit

  1. ^ HP Press release
  2. ^ Kuhn, Bernhard 2001 "Personal Assistants" PDF Linux Magazine 7 p 51 Retrieved February 13, 2013 
  3. ^ Christoffer Andersson 14 March 2002 GPRS and 3G Wireless Applications: Professional Developer's Guide John Wiley & Sons p 232 ISBN 978-0-471-18975-6 Retrieved 13 February 2013 
  4. ^ 1
  5. ^ meta-handheld git repository
  6. ^ 2
  7. ^ 3

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