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Hp IPAQ hw6515 Mobile Messenger Quad Band Unlocked GSM Phone

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This unique enterprise-class phone uniquely features both a full touchscreen and tactile button keyboard for texting, writing e-mails, etc. Ideal for those with limited vision or deaf who are unable to speak and text extensively. Includes new battery and charger.

Features of tactile button keyboard for texting ideal for those with limited vision.

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This Windows Mobile Pocket PC device sports quad-band GSM, class 10 EDGE high-speed data, Bluetooth, QWERTY thumboard, and dual memory card slots (SDIO and miniSD). Other features include an internal antenna, megapixel camera with video capture (hw6515 only), and a user-changeable battery.

Originally Offered By:  AT&T 

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Modes
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Weight 5.8 oz   (164 g)
Dimensions 4.65" x 2.8" x 0.71"   (118 x 71 x 18 mm)
Battery Talk: 4 hours max.   (240 minutes)
Standby: 168 hours max.   (7 days)
1200 mAh LiIon, Removable
user-changeable
Display Type: LCD (Color TFT/TFD)
Resolution: 240 x 240 pixels
Colors: 65,536 (16-bit)
transflective
OS / Platform Windows Mobile Professional
2003 Second Edition Phone Edition
Processor 312 MHz Intel XScale PXA272
Memory 55 MB internal storage
SIM card size Traditional / Mini (2FF)
FCC ID NM8HHH06C » (Approved Feb 14, 2005)
B94HSTNH-H06C » (Approved Jul 26, 2005)

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Features

 
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GPS / Location Some versions only
Type: Standalone GPS
Accessibility
TTY/TDD (Digital) Yes
Alerts
Ringer Profiles Yes
Vibrate Yes
Connectivity
Bluetooth Supported Profiles: HSPHFPDUNOPPFTPPANHID, HCRP, BIPA2DPAVRCBPP 
version 1.2
Infrared (IR) Yes
PC Sync ActiveSync
SDIO Yes
USB Speed: 1.1
Data & Network
Data Tethering Yes
High-Speed Data Technology: EDGE 
class 10
WAP / Web Browser Browser Software: Pocket Internet Explorer
Input
Text Keyboard, Hardware Layout: QWERTY 
backlit
Touch Screen Yes
Memory
Memory Card Slot Card Type: SD / MMC 
supports SDIO / plus miniSD slot
Messaging
Email Client Protocols Supported: IMAP4, POP3, SMTP, Exchange 
Pocket Outlook
Photo & Video
Camera Some versions only
Resolution: 1+ megapixel 
hw6515 only / 1280 x 1024 max. resolution / LED flash / white balance and self-timer functions
Video Capture 3GPP / H.263 / MPEG-4 format
Productivity
To-Do List Yes
Voice
Headset Jack (2.5 mm) stereo
Speaker Phone Type: Full-duplex

Following is a CNet review


HP's latest Windows Mobile-based smart phone, the HP iPaq hw6515 ($449.99) for Cingular Wireless, boasts many advanced features that are sure to please the well-seasoned road warrior. The EDGE-capable world phone comes equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard, a plethora of messaging options, integrated Bluetooth, and a 1.3-megapixel camera. It also has something the competition doesn't: a built-in GPS receiver for making the smart phone a handheld GPS device. That said, the iPaq hw6515 lacks integrated Wi-Fi and suffers from poky performance when multiple applications are in use. It certainly won't topple the Palm Treo 650 as the smart-phone king, but the hw6515 does offer a nice alternative to mobile professionals who favor Windows Mobile. Also, if you don't want a camera or your workplace doesn't allow it, you can opt for the HP iPaq hw6510, which includes all the same great features of the hw6515, with the exception of the camera. Essentially, the HP iPaq hw6515 is a slimmed-down Pocket PC organizer, and thankfully, it's a lot more compact than the company's first Pocket PC smart phone, the HP iPaq H6315. Measuring 4.7 by 2.8 by 0.7 inches and weighing 5.8 ounces, there's no arguing that the device is trim for a PDA. Yet, the hw6515 is wide, and it will appear bulky to those accustomed to the more pocketable Palm Treo devices. You may feel more comfortable clipping the hw6515 to your belt with the included case.The HP iPaq hw6515 rocks a bright 3-inch, 320x240-pixel screen that displays text and images in 64,000 colors. To protect the TFT QVGA screen from scratches, HP throws in a plastic flip cover that's easily attachable. Just below the screen are two shortcut keys to your Contacts and Inbox, Talk and End keys, and a five-way joystick. And like the Palm Treo and the Samsung SCH-i730, the iPaq hw6515 boasts its own full QWERTY keyboard. The rounded backlit keys are tiny but well spaced and responsive, if a bit slippery.

Something to write home about: Use the hw6515's QWERTY keyboard to send e-mails and text messages with ease.On the right side of the smart phone, there's an SD expansion slot and a Mini SD card slot just below it. On the left spine, you'll find an infrared port, a volume rocker, and an image-capture/voice-record button. The HP iPaq hw6515 features a 1.3-megapixel camera--the hw6510 doesn't come equipped with a camera--and you can find the lens on the back of the device, along with a flash and a self-portrait mirror. The only thing missing is a camera lens cover.

Something to smile about: The HP iPaq hw6515 features a 1.3-megapixel camera, a flash, and a mirror for self-portraits.Aside from the aforementioned belt case and flip cover, HP packages the hw6500 series with a desktop-synchronization cradle, a pair of earbud-style headsets, and an AC adapter. A variety of optional accessories are also available, such as HP's Bluetooth stereo headphones for $100 and a digital FM transmitter for $60.
Modestly equipped with a midrange 312MHz Intel PXA272 processor, the HP iPaq hw6515 has a total of 128MB of memory, but only 55MB of that is user-accessible. Fortunately, as mentioned earlier, the phone features both SD and Mini SD expansion slots for extra storage. As a Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition device, the iPaq hw6515 gives you the typical pocket versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, and Internet Explorer. We would have, however, liked to see the phone running Microsoft's latest Windows Mobile 5 operating system, which comes with an improved Mobile Office Suite, including PowerPoint Mobile. That said, you get a couple of extra utilities with the hw6515, such as iPaq Backup and Pocket Panel Lite for one-touch access to device status--battery memory, backlight settings, and so forth.

Double trouble: The hw6515 comes equipped with SD and Mini SD expansion slots.When dialing into the phone features, the HP iPaq hw6515 is replete with communication options. First off, the gadget is a quad-band world phone that operates on GSM cellular networks around the globe. Designed to keep travelers in touch on the go, the hw6515 also supports text messaging and POP3-, IMAP4-, and SMTP-based e-mail. In addition, it's compatible with Microsoft Exchange Server so that you can access corporate e-mail--that is, if your IT department allows it. The hw6515 is EDGE capable, so if you live in a coverage area, you can benefit from faster network speeds, topping out at about 130Kbps, to transmit and receive data. However, compared with the maximum 2Mbps throughput of EV-DO on CDMA networks, EDGE is downright slow. In addition to EDGE, you'll find integrated Bluetooth wireless networking to connect to hands-free headsets, laptop computers, and other mobile devices. In an effort to keep a fairly compact form factor, HP opted to forgo integrated Wi-Fi, which is unfortunate.
On a positive note, the HP iPaq hw6515 boasts a robust 1.3-megapixel digital camera for a phone. HP thoughtfully included its HP Image Zone photo-management software, which allows you to view slide shows of your photo library. We found the images we took to be sharp, but their color was slightly washed out. For other entertainment features, the hw6515 comes with Windows Media Player 10 Mobile for handling multimedia files, including MP3s, WMAs, and WMV video clips.
Interestingly, the HP iPaq hw6515 is equipped with an internal GPS receiver, meaning you can quickly convert the smart phone into a navigation device just by installing your Pocket PC GPS software of choice. The hw6515 ships with Microsoft's Pocket Streets, which doesn't provide real-time driving directions, but you can plan routes ahead of time. This application, however, can communicate with the iPaq's built-in GPS receiver and pinpoint your approximate street-level position.

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By Disability or Limitation No Head Movement - Tongue/Lips/Facial Gestures Only, Head Movement Only, No Arm Movement with some Finger Dexterity, Arm Movement with Limited Finger Dexterity, C1-C3 Quadriplegia, C4 Quadriplegia, C5 Quadriplegia, C6-C7 Quadriplegia, ALS - Lou Gehrig's Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy or SMA, Multiple Sclerosis, Paraplegia, Limited Speech or Nonvocal, Stroke, Unable to Walk - Wheelchair User, Brachial Plexus Injury, Limited Hearing or Deaf, Limited Vision or Blind, Arthritis, RSI, Tendinitis, Elderly, Not Disabled, Temporarily Able-Bodied
by Ability or Control Method No Control - Not Applicable, with ECU - Infrared IR, with ECU - discrete TTL, Limited Hand Dexterity, Some Finger Dexterity (no arm movement), Arm Movement (no finger dexterity), Voice - Speaker Independent, Voice - Speaker Dependent, Voice - Dictation, Breath- Blow or Suck Lightly, Using any Ability Switch, Mouth, Tongue, or Facial Gestures, Good Head Movement, Feet or Toes

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