Compaq iPAQ 3630 Pocket PC
The iPAQ was 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. After Hewlett-Packard's acquisition of Compaq in 2002, HP continued to develop and market the iPaq range until the final product, the iPaq Glisten, was released in December 2009.
The Compaq iPaq 3630 was one of the first iPAQ Pocket PCs as part of the H3600 series, which was released in 2000. It was based on the 206-MHz Intel StrongARM SA-1110 32-bit RISC processor. It ran Microsoft's Pocket PC 2000 operating system, and featured a 240 x 320 pixel 4096-color LCD, 32 MB of RAM, and 16 MB of ROM.
The H3600 series was succeeded by the H3800 and H3900 series, which retained the same form factor, but had a different button layout.
The Compaq iPAQ 3630 Pocket PC in our collection comes in its original box with docking cradle, AC adapter, and basic style pack.
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