iPAQ takes on BlackBerry: PDAs, phones and navigators (Photos 1/5)

Sep 06, 2007


iPAQ 900
(1/5) TAKING ON THE PEARL. Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) is launching a new line of phones and handheld computers for businesses that aim to steal market share from Research in Motion's (RIMM) BlackBerry. The phones will operate on GSM networks, which probably means AT&T (T) in the U.S. The five iPAQ devices in this gallery attack different usage segments within the enterprise. One of the more innovative designs, the iPAQ 600, uses an iPod-like wheel navigation that's actually built into the keys. Is this the future of enterprise mobility? You be the judge ... || NEXT>>

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HP iPAQ 600 Series Business Navigator | WiFi and Bluetooth | GPS | navigation wheel | HP has not yet provided pricing details

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