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HP Announces Two New Smartphones (IPAQ 900 & IPQ 600)

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HP announced two new handsets yesterday, as the company looks to expand its handheld offerings into the mobile phone market.

First is the iPAQ 600 Series Business Navigator, HP’s second cell phone, a 3G handset using a traditional 12-key keypad, which also includes a navigation wheel, a 3 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, including VoIP capabilities and navigational features including 3-D maps. HP has not yet announced pricing or availability, but did say the phone should be available by the end of the year and would be compatible with most U.S. carriers.

The company also announced the iPAQ 900 Series Business Messenger, a smart phone with a full keyboard that comes with many of the same features of the 600 series, including Windows Mobile 6, Wi-Fi capabilities, Bluetooth, a 3 megapixel camera and large display.

Features of the HP iPAQ smartphones:

  • Integrated WiFi 802.11 b/g with WPA2 security
  • Integrated Bluetooth v2.0 with EDR
  • Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Professional OS
  • Mobile Microsoft programs included: Office Mobile, Office Outlook Mobile, Internet Explorer MobileMarvell PXA270 Processor 520 MHz
  • 2.8-inch transmissive TFT 65,000 color 240 x 320 pixel touch panel display with LED backlight
  • 128 MB SDRAM main memory
  • 256 MB flash ROM
  • 1590 mAh Lithium Polymer rechargeable, user changeable battery
  • Interfaces USB 2.0 client for sync/data/charge
  • 64-bit Micro SD card slot
  • Audio Integrated microphone, receiver, speaker and stereo headphone jack
  • 3 Megapixel, autofocus, 4X digital zoom
  • source: http://www.wirelessweek.com/Article-News@2_September06_2007.aspx

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    September 7, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles, cell news, Cell Phone, Entertainment, HP, hp Business Messenger, hp Business Navigator, ipaq 600, ipaq 900, Mobile events, mobile facts, mobile Fun, Mobile news | Leave a comment

    HP 20 hdx the dragon laptop

    it was designed for the higher end mainstream space, the unique hinge allows for a more natural feeling when using such a large display. The mechanicals are complex, yet so well designed that it’s somewhat amazing that the team pulled it off! The HP notebook team has done some amazing things in the last few years. Lately they have stepped out of the norm and started to create some extremely compelling designs that meet high form and function together.

    The HP 20” HDX was originally conceived by the notebook design team before the gaming business units was even setup! So to be clear, the gaming business did not design this notebook, which is pretty wild considering this notebook is perfect for gaming (I should mention that the HP 20” HDX plays games better than 98% of the gaming notebooks on the planet (with MAX MAX MAX settings) and it seems to be priced to compete). Yes, the media speculated, but the bottom line is notebooks take much longer than 8 months to complete.

    July 4, 2007 Posted by | HP | Leave a comment