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HP Refreshes iPAQ Lineup

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Sep 5, 2007, 6:30 PM   by (staff)

Hewlett Packard today announced two new Windows Mobile 6 Professional iPAQs, the 910 Business Messenger and 610 Business Navigator. Both share a number of features, including quad-band GSM/EDGE and tri-band WCDMA/HSDPA 7.2Mbps supporting US 3G networks, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and A-GPS. They also each have 3 Megapixel autofocus cameras and microSD slots for expanding storage. Both will be available in the fourth quarter.

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Sep 5, 2007, 7:45 PM

About Time for HP

About Time HP came out with something new! These phones look good, but NOT ground breaking! They look like copies of HTC or RIM products. The HP phones I have had in the past were always a bit buggey! That could have been due to the old windows platform of the time!

So which US carrier will get them? They all seem to be a GSM format, so maybe AT&T or TMobile?
Well, they both support HSDPA, so that equals AT&T.

There's no telling if the phones are actually going to be carried by AT&T though.
Wouldn't doubt if those phones come out of HTC's factory.
Yeah it's about time MOTO got their balls back and created some new phones. I like the fact that they put the touch screen on the 910 and 610 with the keys still out instead of a slider. thats what i been waiting for. I used to be a MOTO fan big time ...
I have both, so I'm covered either way.

Sep 5, 2007, 8:09 PM

iPAQ 610

First off, the phones look and sound great. congrats to HP for getting it together!

I don't believe i've ever seen the touch sensitive scroll wheel built into the numeric keypad before. I wonder how that might interfere with actually using the numeric pad.

I hope that these phones don't carry over the terrible battery life on all previous HP devices or the bad reception with the H63xx model.

The resolution could definately be better with that 2.8in screen it has as well.

overall the phones are feature loaded and look a lot like blackberry's
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