Courtesy of a pseudonymous reader who wishes to only go by the name "Typhoon", we've scored pics of HP's new iPAQ
hx2000 series Pocket PC, including the one above showing it alongside those new Bluetooth stereo headphones HP is
coming out with soon. The verdict: they're rather bland-looking, especially compared with some of the iPAQs that came
out last year or even that new Axim X50 that's coming
Anyway, the hx2000 series was conspicuously absent (well, at least to people like us who make a career out of obsessing over these things) when HP announced all those other new Pocket PCs back in July, but we still don't know much about them. What we've heard is that there'll be at least three models in the series, the hx2100, the hx2400, and the hx2700, and that the hx2100 is supposed to have a 316MHz processor, 64MB of ROM, 64MB of RAM, a 3.5-inch transflective display, Bluetooth, and CompactFlash and SDIO expansion card slots; the hx2700 is supposed to have pretty much the same thing, just with a 624MHz processor, 802.11b, and 128MB of ROM; and we don't really have much dirt on the hx2400, but it'll probably fall somewhere inbetween the hx2100 and the hx2700. Make sure you click to see the rest of the pics, which show the hx2000 with a similar snap-on keyboard to the one used in HP's h6315 Pocket PC Phone.