Three new Pocket PCs from HP? The hx2000 series surfaces

Conspicuously absent from HP’s big announcement of all those new Pocket PCs last month was their hx2000 series of handhelds, which still have yet to be officially confirmed even though there have been rumors about the series for a while. No one seems to know exactly when these might debut (sometime in November has been tossed out there), but listings for the “hx2100”, “hx2400”, and the “hx2700” turned up on HP’s Pocket PC support website, which is pretty good indication that something is cooking. As far as we know, and you should take this with a grain of salt, the hx2100 is supposed to have a 316MHz processor, 64MB of ROM, 64MB of RAM, a 3.5-inch transflectice 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 no one seems to know much of anything about the hx2400.

[Via Engadget]

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