Dell is developing a Pocket PC that will include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and the ability to connect to 2.5G wireless networks.
Hewlett Packard is going to offer three new Pocket PC 2003 handhelds that will be available later this summer. All of them offer Bluetooth, transflective screens, and SDIO-compatible expansion slots.
The first Loox by Fujitsu was quite appealing, although it was a dificult find in the US. The first unit will feature both Bluetooth and WiFi built in, the second will contain embedded GPRS.
Toshiba has begun selling their second SecureDigital Bluetooth card, in Europe anyway. The card supports Pocket PC and the most versions of Windows. It is priced at a reasonable 67 Euros however there are no plans to bring it to the US.
Symbol has introduced a rugged Pocket PC that has built-in wireless VoIP; Mapopolis is now offering a Bluetooth GPS Kit; Synclub is a new Pocket PC software reseller; and more.
With Bluetooth keyboards edging towards the category of vaporware, infrared remains the sole choice for broadly compatible mobile keyboards. Belkin's newest offering, the Wireless PDA Keyboard, is intended to make the most out of this market.
Legend has debuted its first Palm OS handheld, CDMA phone users will soon be able to use Bluetooth, CompUSA has an amazing price on a CompactFlash modem, and more.
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