- For the place, see Jornada, Peru. For the Mexican newspaper, see La Jornada.
was a line of personal digital assistants or PDAs
manufactured by Hewlett-Packard
. The Jornada was a broad product line that included Palm-Size PCs
, Handheld PCs
, and Pocket PCs
. The first model was the 820, released in 1998, and the last was the 928 model in 2002 when Compaq
and HP merged. The Jornada line was then succeeded by the more popular iPAQ
model PDAs. All Jornada models ran Microsoft Operating System
that were based on Windows CE
It ran on the Windows CE 2.11 operating system, Handheld PC Professional Edition 3.0, had a small trackpad
with two buttons and a built-in miniature keyboard. It had 16 MB of RAM, 16 MB of ROM, Intel StrongARM
CPU at 190 MHz, 640x480 256 color screen, 1 CF Type II, 1 PC card. It had a 10 hour battery life, and allowed for sending and receiving of faxes through its built-in modem. There is a software update to Handheld PC Professional Edition 3.01/Service Pack 1, and a 16 MB RAM upgrade card, bringing the RAM to a total of 32 MB. There is also an extended battery available, giving the Jornada 820 15 hours of running time, versus 10 in the standard battery. The Jornada 820 was bundled with TrueSync 2.0 to allow native synchronisation support for the Franklin
Rex Classic and Rex Pro PDA.
The Jornada 820e was identical to... Read More