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For an otherwise-generic PDA, the iPaq 210 has already led a controversy-filled life filled with numerous delays, canceled pre-orders, retracted and clarified official statements from HP, and even a website bug that constantly promised shipment in two weeks -- but now it's finally here, and accordi

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February 18, 2008 at 3:33PM
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The holdup is still a bit of a mystery, but HP is finally offering up its iPaq 210 PDA for sale. Due to be released in October, a \"supply issue\" put the handheld on a mysterious hiatus, but no longer. You can snag one of these Windows Mobile 6, 624MHz units for $450. [Thanks, Joaquin C.]

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Looks like HP finally noticed that people were a little confused about the shipping status of its newest iPaqs, so the company dispatched Worldwide Public Relations Manager Mike Hockey to clear things up: according to Mike, the iPaq 110 should be in stores soon, but \"a supply issue discovered in the

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The last we heard about HP's iPaq 210, all pre-orders had been canceled and HP's product pages had been updated to cheerily say \"Coming in 2008!\" -- which makes it so very strange that HP's store now lists the business-oriented handheld with an \"estimated ship date\" of 10/26 and a $50 price bump to

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