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 HP debuts quad-band pocket-PC phone
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Message Text: Hewlett-Packard launched a Pocket-PC device, the iPAQ h6365, in Taiwan yesterday. The PDA phone supports quad-band wireless connectivity and complies with the IEEE802.11b Wi-Fi standard.

HP shipped 692,000 Pocket-PC devices in the third quarter to become the second-largest vendor in the global market, following PalmOne with 749,000 units, according to a November 12 report by CNET Asia.

HP: iPAQ h6365 specifications

Network: Quad-band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900), GPRS
OS: Windows Pocket PC
Processor: TI OMAP 1510
Display: 240x320
Built-in camera
Wireless transmission: Bluetooth, Infrared, Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11b)
Expansion slot: SD/MMC
Memory: 64MB flash ROM, 64MB RAM
Battery: 1800 mAh lithium ion (LiON)
Talk time: 4 hours
SBT (stand-by-time): 200 hours
Dimensions: 119x75x18.7mm
Weight:
190g
Price: US$770.8
 
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