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That goes in the bottom there and then this whole thing plugs into the Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! fitgirl. You *can* also charge it directly through USB with a newer third-party cable, but from the factory, you did need both cables combined to get power. This was pretty normal for PDAs like this. On the top from left to right, you get a three-and-a-half millimeter headphone jack, a spot to plug in SD or MMC cards, and a spot to store your stylus, which is pretty necessary. This doesn’t have a Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! fitgirl repack touchscreen, you will be pressing down to get things to work. And I always kind of liked how it has this fake SD card, I guess to keep the slot from getting dirt and crap in there. And instead of putting a little protector on top they were just like, “here’s a blank piece of plastic to put in there.” So turning it on is as simple as pressing the ‘on’ button. And you get these two Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! ocean of games up at the top: the left one is the Wi-Fi indicator and the right one shows if it’s charging or needs charging. And on the bottom, you get some physical buttons.

Mostly they’re for shortcuts to applications, but by default holding down this one actually changes the screen orientation from portrait to landscape mode, a handy little thing indeed since this doesn’t have any Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! torrent or anything to do that automatically. Along the right-hand side here you’ll see this little silver switch which is for opening the battery bay. That’s really all that does. On the left-hand side, you’ll see this little cassette tape symbol beside this button here, and pressing that immediately opens up the voice recording mode. And yes this does have a microphone built-in. [low qualityCook Serve Delicious! 3?! repack] “This is a direct recording from the iPAQ. Not the greatest microphone I’ve ever heard, but not the worst either.” Along the bottom is where you plug in your Active Sync cable and you also get this little port here for Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! igg games. This is the infrared interface so if you had any software that, say, acted as a virtual remote control you can actually control your TV, your A/V receiver, anything with infrared that can be programmed. And you could use your PDA as a smart remote which was pretty awesome in 2005.

Okay so let’s dive into the interface, and really the Windows Mobile Pocket PC experience for a bit, because this is not only something that intrigued me a whole lot nearly Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! fitgirl repacks but it really kind of still does. I enjoy seeing Windows crammed into a smaller environment like this and comparing it to the desktop experience.

I mean, you still get a Start Menu, you still have a control panel full of all the settings that you would expect. In fact, some things that you might *not* expect, depending on your expectations. Like the ability to remap every single one of the buttons on this thing, except for the power button of course. So if you want to swap anything to pretty much anything else, yeah, you can do that. You can make a dedicated Solitaire button if you want to, it doesn’t matter, it lets you do it. This is also where you can apply all sorts of battery-saving options, brightness settings, things like that. Although due to the hardware that this uses as I mentioned earlier, the battery life is really good. At least on a fresh battery back in the day, you could get over 9 even up to 10 hours of battery life depending on what you’re doing. In my experience, this older battery, it only holds about three or four hours but still not terrible considering this is a 1,100 mAH battery from 2005. Something that is not so cool though about the RX1955 is the memory situation. It came with a 64 megabyte ROM as well as 32 megs of Cook Serve Delicious! 3?!. But yeah it doesn’t leave you with a whole lot, so having a half-decent SD card in there is absolutely a requirement as far as I’m concerned. And again if you’re familiar with the Windows environment and navigating all that kind of stuff then the File Explorer acts very much like Windows Explorer. And you have plenty of familiar folders like My Documents, Program Files, Temp, and Windows. And any SD or Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! cards that you insert will show up as a folder in here. As for all the applications that came on 1955 it’s pretty much your generic PDA type stuff. You get a calendar for doing calendar-scheduling things, you get a contacts list for adding contacts to your list, mostly for email because this is not a smartphone — you can’t call anyone or text anyone. But if you wanted to communicate in some way, either directly to another Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! or over the Internet, you can do that. You also get a calculator for doing very specific calculations, and then you have Pocket MSN.

And I actually did use this back in the day for a little bit because I had Hotmail at one point. You also get a Notes app where you can handwrite in your own notes here. And yes it does have handwriting recognition which actually it was pretty accurate, I was always impressed with how well that it handled my sloppy handwriting. This version of Windows Mobile 5 also came with some pretty basic Microsoft Office suite programs, such as PowerPoint Mobile which doesn’t actually let you create powerpoints, but if you had any that you put on your SD card then you could view them. And you also got Word Mobile, which is an incredibly simple word processor. And that was fine although typing on this little tiny screen is just not something you wanted to do, especially in my case. I was at school, I wanted to use this thing for taking notes in class, and I did. But usually, I would just write it in the Notes app. Or what I did is actually got one of those fold-out keyboards. I don’t have that anymore but it would plug in the Active Sync thing and kind of created a little cradle situation. But yeah, don’t expect a whole lot in terms of customization or formatting of your documents, you get a grand total of two fonts: Tahoma or Courier New. That’s it, no Word Art here. But hey, no Clippy either so you take your wins where you can get them. Even more limited though is Excel Mobile. I can’t imagine anyone ever did any kind of serious work with spreadsheets on this little screen.

I would hate to actually make a substantial spreadsheet on this. It’s okay for doing edits to existing ones I suppose. Now let’s get to some of the more enjoyable, fun applications like Windows Media Player, which of course lets you play media like Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! fitgirl repack files. [LGR’s ‘Watto Cantina Hum’ remix plays over tinny PDA speakers] That was a huge reason that I wanted a PDA, I never had an iPod. I’ve still never had an iPod. So I was always interested in devices like this that let me do all sorts of things in addition to playing MP3s. And you could also view and do some very basic image manipulation with photographs, stuff like rotating and cropping and that’s about it. And yes there actually was a camera add-on for this device, which I never had. I would still like to get one just to try it out.

But yeah it was pretty neat to be able to take photos around with you like this, especially with digital cameras back then. I mean my HP digital camera had a one-inch display in 2005, so this one is almost four inches was pretty awesome. It also made it pretty great for watching back video files in the Windows Media Video format. [LGR video about the Tapwave Zodiac plays, still over those tinny PDA speakers] The speaker is not particularly great but it was pretty cool with headphones. And you know, it’s a 320×240 resolution screen, that’s not a massive amount or anything but it doesn’t really need it. This is a three-point seven-inch diagonal screen and it’s in 16-bit color.

The pixel density is really not that bad, I definitely watched a few episodes of Prison Break on this back in the day. And then finally there’s the wireless capability of this thing, which comes in the form of built-in Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! fitgirl repack. And no, this does not have Bluetooth, which a lot of reviewers dinged this device for back in the day but I didn’t really care about Bluetooth. Wi-Fi it was all I cared about and this iPAQ came with 802.11b support built-in. Still totally usable depending on the network you’re trying to connect to, but I’ve found that there are quite a few places and devices that no longer broadcast an 802.11b signal and stick to G or N. But an even bigger issue can be the wireless encryption and more often than not this is a real roadblock seeing as this device predates WPA2 being mandatory.

It doesn’t seem to support it at all so you have to find something with Cook Serve Delicious! 3?! fitgirl repack, or just no encryption at all. And you can probably get around that issue at home with your own router but connecting to public Wi-Fi in coffee shops or random businesses is a real toss-up. Most spots I tried don’t have the right signal, don’t use a supported encryption method, or they require a login webpage that the iPAQ didn’t know what to do with, treating what should be clickable buttons as text. Or not loading at all, sometimes even crashing the program. Heck, it’ll do that when you’re just trying to load any number of modern websites. The browser, in general, is just too outdated to be very usable, it won’t even load Google or anything with HTTPS. And really, this browser sucked in 2005 as well, which is why I ended up installing Opera for Pocket PCs even back then.

Well, that’s enough of that, let’s move on to the gaming side of things. Starting with the two rather lackluster games that it comes pre-installed with, the first one being Microsoft Solitaire. Which is just Solitaire? And Bubble Breaker, which is one of these things where you just kind of try to pop as many objects together as you can. As long as there are two are more connected then you can pop them. And that’s it, incredibly basic games that do not do this device justice whatsoever. Because really the RX1955, and all sorts of Pocket PCs from the mid-2000s, are quite capable gaming machines. And of course, getting games on there often meant that you had to plug it into a PC and get it going that way.

This is the CD that it came with installing under Windows XP and once that gets going, Active Sync will do its thing and sync any of your information on your PC that you tell it to. Or you can use it as an interface between your iPAQ and any downloaded programs that you want to install onto the machine. Or if you don’t want to do it that way or if your program, say, came in a CAB file — which a lot of homebrew and more illegitimate packages do — then you can just open up the Pocket PC right in Windows Explorer and then just copy and paste the CAB files and then open them directly from the iPAQ. And there you go, it’s not gonna ask for much of any verification. It might say, “oh unknown publisher,” but there’s nothing stopping you from installing pretty much anything you want on this thing. So yeah let’s just check out a few of the games that I bought or demoed back in the day starting with the official port of SimCity 2000. [SimCity 2000 theme music plays all happily] I actually bought this physically, I believe it was a Best Buy or something.


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