Safe and secure - HP's iPAQ hx2750

Tuesday, 22 February 2005, 3:09 AM EST

Corporate computing is about reliability, connectivity and security, and HP's iPAQ hx2750 (also known as hx2755) covers all these bases. The hx2750 is a little chunky - at about 12 centimetres by 8 centimetres and 16 millimetres thick and 164 grams - but the rubberised sides aid grip and the tinted flip-over cover lets you read the screen while protecting it from unwanted impact. Given that the screen is the most fragile and expensive component to repair, this is an excellent addition.

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