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We know that you're all on pins and needles right now waiting to find out when you can get your hands on those new HP PDAs, the iPAQ 110 and 210, and how much it will cost you when you do. Well, you're in luck, because the company has just added shipping dates and pricing to its website, thus makin

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Well, it looks like Asus has finally come though with a follow up to its P526 cellphone / PDA / GPS combo device, although anyone (like us) hoping that it'd make the jump to 3G will likely be sorely disappointed. As before, the new P527 model tops out with quad-band EDGE connectivity, a shortcoming

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Well, it looks like Asus has finally come though with a follow up to its P526 cellphone / PDA / GPS combo device, although anyone (like us) hoping that it'd make the jump to 3G will likely be sorely disappointed. As before, the new P527 model tops out with quad-band EDGE connectivity, a shortcoming

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Earlier this month, HP loosed details on its iPAQ 900 series of PDA phones, and for those itching for a closer look at this handheld, AVing has the goods. As expected, this sucka looks a tad large when compared to one's palm, but we're sure it'll still warm the hearts of some. Without further ado,

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Earlier this month, HP loosed details on its iPAQ 900 series of PDA phones, and for those itching to get a closer look at this handheld, AVing has the goods. As expected, this sucka looks a tad large when compared to one's palm, but we're sure it'll still warm the hearts of some. Without further ad

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Concept military tech is usually pretty out there, but soldiers need battlefield data any way they can get it -- which is why InHand Electronics' new Soldier Flex PDA seems so much more practical than all those HUD-driven cyberhelmets we've seen. Utilizing a flexible e-ink display and some proprieta

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We definitely wouldn't recommend taking this to heart just yet, but according to DigiTimes, the likes of TomTom (and even Garmin) are \"likely to soon launch their own-brand GPS PDA smartphones.\" Of course, the news comes smashed in with word that quite a few more notable smartphone manufacturers (su

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As we've mentioned recently, HP has been readying a handful (no pun intended) of new iPAQ handhelds. Luckily, today we get to move from rumor to fact, as the company has officially announced the next wave of its mobile line. Along with new 3G phones and a GPS navigator, HP is launching the 100 Seri

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Those hoping to get to know HP's iPAQ 600 series a bit better can start celebrating, as the folks over at Notebooks were able to sit down with Raj Bhavani, an iPAQ product manager, and record a brief demonstration describing its features. Notably, the built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, HSDPA, click-wheel, th

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Those hoping to get to know HP's iPAQ 600 series a bit better can start celebrating, as the folks over at Notebooks were able to sit down with Raj Bhavani, an iPAQ product manager, and record a brief demonstration describing its features. Notably, the built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, HSDPA, click-wheel, th

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Hot on the heels of those blurry, low-quality photos of the upcoming HP iPAQs, come these shiny new pics sure to have waiting fans foaming at the mouth. As you can see, the new handhelds are definitely a reality, and now we've got details on added models to the lineup, as well as rumored release in

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Hot on the heels of those blurry, low-quality photos of the upcoming HP iPAQs, come these shiny new pics sure to have waiting fans foaming at the mouth. As you can see, the new handhelds are definitely a reality, and now we've got details on added models to the lineup, as well as rumored release in

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Not too many details on this one just yet, but it appears that Hon Hai has applied for FCC certification on a mysterious HP handheld. The PDA, which touts a model number of HSTNH-F16C, offers up Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and WiFi (802.11b/g) capabilities, USB 2.0 connectivity, and apparently comes with a l

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If you think you've seen this headline before, fret not, all but one measly number is indeed the same. Of course, for Axim X51v owners, that makes all the difference in the world. Just days after Windows Mobile 6 was unofficially made available for the X50v, now X51v owners can experience the same

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Sure, it's been nearly three full years since Dell's Axim X50v was the envy of all your neighbors, and while you aren't likely to find any official updates for the PDA coming out of Round Rock anytime soon, there's (nearly) nothing an engineering mind can't whip up. That said, folks dreaming about

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Leaving so soon, are we? Turns out Fujitsu Siemens Computers is ditching the PDA / PNA market after 2007, which means that those bulky, albeit fashionable Loox handhelds will soon be available only in closeout bins and on your favorite auction site -- and just think, things were lookin' so bright ju

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Leaving so soon, are we? Turns out Fujitsu Siemens Computers is ditching the PDA / PNA market after 2007, which means that those bulky, albeit fashionable Loox handhelds will soon be available only in closeout bins and on your favorite auction site -- and just think, things were lookin' so bright ju

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Upon first glance, it's easy to mistake Gemei's latest portable media player for a washed up PDA of yesteryear, and while it certainly won't take home any gold in the design department, it's the specs that count, right? Debatable as that may be, the X-760 includes a three-inch display, 500MHz proce

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Fort Wayne, Indiana based company GW Micro has developed a new type of PDA designed specifically for the blind and sight-impaired, called the VoiceSense. The assistant runs a modified version of Windows CE and features a vocal guidance system, a full function PIM, web browser, MP3 player, Daisy tal

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While you may have given Sony's hard-to-categorize mylo little chance at surviving in the market, a recent report seems to show that sales were \"exactly as Sony expected,\" which possibly means that there's more where that came from. Although surveyed retailers expressed mixed results in regard to sa

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