MobilitySite have published their full review of the HP Glisten. They note the screen is sharp and bright, but small and difficult to use with the fingers. The keyboard was responsive and easy to use and browsing was quick. AT&T Navigator was however more disappointing, with the software having difficulty getting and keeping GPS connectivity, and making entering destinations quite difficult and tedious.
If youâ€™re a business/professional user thereâ€™s a lot to like in the AT&T iPAQ Glisten. Itâ€™s a solid performer with all the software youâ€™re likely to need. However, if youâ€™re a Windows Mobile enthusiast the HTC HD 2 coming soon to T-Mobile may be a better choice.
- bright AMOLED screen for outdoor use
- HP iPAQ reputation and related build quality
- includes both a keyboard and touch screen
- low resolution, small touch screen
- includes Voice Commander instead of Voice Command
- GPS application was tedious to use
- a niche implementation (small screen with Blackberry style) of Windows Mobile in an otherwise crowded Smartphone space
Read their full review here.