HP iPAQ 210/ 214 Enterprise Handheld

Another device launched in a new HP iPAQ collection – was HP iPAQ 210/214 series 200 Enterprise Handheld.

HP iPAQ 210/214 does not have any phone functions and is positioned as a a classical business PDA/Pocket PC with a big 4″ 480×640 px VGA touchscreen, fast 624 MHz CPU , Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR connectivity.


Full specs for HP iPAQ 210/241 Enterprise Handheld include:

  • Integrated WiFi – 802.11 b/g with WPA2 security
    Integrated Bluetooth® v2.0 with EDR
  • Microsoft® Windows Mobile® 6 Classic
    Microsoft programs included: Office Mobile, Office Outlook® Mobile, Internet Explorer Mobile, Windows Media Player Mobile
  • Marvell PXA310, 624MHz
  • 4-inch transflective TFT 260K color 480 x 640 pixel (VGA) touch panel display with LED backlight
  • 64 MB SDRAM main memory for running applications
    256 MB flash ROM
  • 24 pin connector, mini USB, SDIO, CF (Compact Flash)
  • Integrated microphone, receiver, two speakers, 3.5mm 4 pin headphone jack
  • 9-way navigation with press to activate, 4 programmable, voice recorder, power, reset buttons
  • Bluetooth Manager, Certificate Enroller, Asset Viewer, HP Photosmart Mobile, iPAQ Wireless, Today Panel Lite, HP QuickStart
    Tour, HP iPAQ Setup Assistant, HP Help and Support, HP Enterprise Mobility Agent, HP Mobile Print
  • 126mm x 76mm x 16mm (4.96â€? x 2.99â€? x 0.63â€?) dimensions
  • Up to 192g (6.8 oz) Weight

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  • timothy

    does any one know what grapgics chip this thing uses? is it a 2700g like the x51v or an imageon like the old 4700 ? would be nice to know if this has gotten better than the 4700 or is basically a 4700 without the touchpad and WM6 instead of 2003SE.

  • mitchell

    Checkout the Marvell PXA310’s spec. It has built in hardware video acceleration. 🙂

  • mezhavecis

    You have not correct information. HP site tells that main memory for applications is 128MB.

  • Alger

    HP is up to their typical marketing methods. They announced the 210 months ago then removed it from their web-site. HP started taking orders on the January 16th and immediatly placed their orders on backorder. It’s no small wonder that the company has been going down-hill. It can’t deliver! If you plan to order an iPAQ 210, be prepared to wait without notificaiton. Their ordering and status information is the worst in the industry.

  • Dark

    i just bought this ipaq and i love it
    but there is something i don’t get, why do the say “two speakers”
    it only have 1 speaker.
    Does anyone know what a receiver is?

    P.S.: Sorry for my english

  • Kevin Walker


    According to the specs, the second speaker is behind the logo on the front of the device (look for a slot next to the logo). It seems to be designed for VOIP and is not currently usable for system sounds. The receiver that you mention may be one of the internal antennas. I’ll admit that your question does not make it apparent to me which component you mean.

  • Dark

    thx Kevin Walker
    I have an other question, how can i do a hard reset?

  • Angel

    Can the HP iPAQ 210 take pictures. Does it have camera

  • moniquejenin

    great idea. We could also triangulate photos and start to create 3D models of videos. I know MS started that project.

  • moniquejenin

    great idea. We could also triangulate photos and start to create 3D models of videos. I know MS started that project.