Compaq iPAQ 3630 Pocket PC in original box with docking cradle, AC adapter, and basic style pack.
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. Current iPAQs have most of these features integrated into the base device itself.
Processor 206-MHz Intel StrongARM SA-1110 32-bit RISC Processor
Memory 32-MB SDRAM depending on model, 16-MB Flash ROM Memory
Interfaces Front Panel Buttons 5 buttons plus five-way joystick; (1 on/off and backlight button and (2-5) customizable application buttons)
Navigator Button 1 Five-way joystick
Side Panel Recorder Button 1
Bottom Panel Reset Switch 1
Stylus Eject Button 1
Communications Port includes serial port
Infrared Port 1 (115 Kbps)
Light Sensor 1
Communications Port 1 (with USB/Serial connectivity)
Stereo Audio Output Jack 1 (standard 3.5 mm)
Microsoft Operating System PPC2000
Date: April 2000
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