'The Veer 4G's tiny screen makes even the simplest tasks difficult'
'Too small for comfort, lack of apps, lousy camera'
'Fluid platform experience'
'Tiny screen. Physical keyboard may be too small for some. '
'Poor camera and video,Poor battery life'
'The Veer excelled when it came to being a productive citizen in society, thanks to the phone's multitasking capabilities.'
'The HP Veer 4G packs a lot of features into a very compact package, but it requires too many trade-offs.'
'Keyboard is hard to use'
'Occasional hiccups and apps that take a moment to load'
'So small it's hard to use.'
'the iPaq 910c is pretty easy to use one-handed thanks to the shortcut keys and the side-mounted jog dial.'
'the iPAQ 910 sounded spectacular in both directions.'
'The button layout was clear, making the HP iPaq 910c easy to use overall.'
'the iPaq delivered adequate but not outstanding call quality.'
'very good business phone'
'favorite music videos'
'The HP iPAQ 910 is available direct from HP , priced SIM-free and unlocked at $499.'
'boasts many advanced features that are sure to please the well-seasoned road warrior.'
'Ridding itself of the bulky design of its predecessor, the hw6515 comes across as a far more elegant -'
'music playing and picture viewing works well.'
'this phone falls in the lightweight end of the range of PDA-phones'
'When we first reviewed the hw6515, we were bowled over by how much HP has managed to cram into such a small device.'
'the hw6515 manages to pack in a few bells and whistles.'
'it will help you pinpoint your way back to civilization via a virtual map should you get lost.'
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