When HP came out with their barrage of new PDAs a few weeks back, the h1930 series was almost totally ignored. We were able to get a full spec sheet though before HP took down a page of their site dedicated to the h1930, h1935 and the h1937. Anyway, the h1930 is now showing up in a few online stores throught France and the rest of Europe.
One such instance is lePDASHOP, whco is featuring the h1930 for 349 Euros. There is still no official HP announcement regarding its release in the US, but based on the information we found about a month ago, it seems the US price point will be $250.
h1930 Spec Sheet:
|Model:||iPAQ h1930 h1935 h1937|
|Description:||The slim, affordable HP iPAQ Pocket PC h1930 with integrated Secure Digital (SD) expansion slot has great features and functionality at an incredible value to meet your handheld computing needs. The slim and sleek design fits into almost any pocket or purse and conveniently includes SD slot for flexibility in expansion and storage. Stay productive with the combination of popular applications, features and Storage capabilities. View photos and listen to your favorite music when you want. A broad range of features, expansion capabilities, and multimedia make the HP iPAQ Pocket PC h1930 essential for you to be productive at home, at work or on the go.|
|Operating System:||Windows Mobile 2003|
|Dimensions:||4.46″ x 2.75″ x .50″|
|Processor:||Samsung S3C2410 – 203 MHz processor|
|RAM:||64MB RAM (56MB available)|
|Expansion Slot:||Secure Digital (I/O)|
|Battery Type:||900mAh Replaceable Lithium-ion|
|Audio Out:||Speaker, 2.5mm Stereo Jack|
|Resolution:||240 x 320 pixels|
|Viewable Image:||3.5″ diagonal|
|Other Hardware:||USB synchronization cable, AC adapter, battery, charger adapter, 2.5mm – 3.5mm audio adapter|
Details on the Missing iPAQ, the h1930 (6/23/2003 4:59:22 PM) – It will take a few days to figure out everything that has happened with the release of Windows Mobile 2003 and the associated devices. Although, one glaring omission from HP’s release last night was the fate of the h1930 series iPAQs. Well, now we know a little more…