They’re not expected to ship for another couple of weeks, but HP’s new iPAQ Pocket PCs (pictured from left to right, the hx4705, the h6315, the rx3415 and the rz1715) have started showing up on a few retail sites. The hx4705 is HP’s new flagship: high-res VGA screen, 624MHz processor, 64MB of RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, CompactFlash and SD expansion card slots, and even a built-in touchpad (which seems somewhat redundant given that the entire freaking screen is a touchpad when you think about it). Next up is the h6315, their new Pocket PC Phone which we’ve already spilled too much virtual ink on, but we’ll go through the motions and list the specs again: built-in digital camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, quad-band
GSM/GPRS, 64MB of RAM, and comes with an attachable mini-keyboard. The rx3415 is supposed to be their “multimedia” model, and has a built-in digital camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, 64MB of RAM, and comes pre-loaded with photo editing, media player, and remote control software. Their new lower-end model is rx3415, which hardly has any noteworthy features at all.