HP iPAQ h4350 – Bluetooth, WiFi and HP’s First Integrated Keyboard

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We know the h4000 series is coming, HP told us so a few weeks back at CeBit America. Last night at the TechXNY show they were hush hush, but that was before this picture was made available.

Pocket PC Italia has poted this image along with specs that are inline with what’s been reported here and elsewhere over the past few months. Here’s what the h4350, as PPC Italia calls it, will feature:

Operating System: Windows Mobile 2003
Dimensions: 138.7 x 74.6 x 14.5 mm
Weight: 165 grams
Processor: Intel XScale 400MHz
Wireless: WiFi and Bluetooth
Memory: 64MB RAM, 32MB ROM
Expansion Slot: Secure Digital (I/O)
Battery Type: Lithium Ion 1560mAh (removable)
Audio Out: Speaker, stereo headphone jack
Audio In: Integrated microphone
Display: TFT, 65,000 colors
Keyboard: Integrated QWERTY
Handwriting Recognition: Yes
Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
Viewable Image: 3.5″ diagonal
Digital Camera: No
Other Hardware: USB cradle

Release is scheduled for this fall, so we should see information leaking from the FCC in the near future. While this image may be wrong, I suspect it to be quite accurate as it is consistent with much of the information that has been leaked to us. While no pricing information has been spoken, I would assume, based on HP’s past, that we’ll see something in the $600 range.

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UPDATE – HP iPAQ h4100 Series Pocket PCs Confirmed! (7/24/2003 8:48:06 AM) – Last month we brought you live coverage of CeBit America where Andrew uncovered details of the new h4000 series PDAs from HP. There’s now definite confirmation that these units are in development, thanks to the Bluetooth Special Interestes Group.

Live From CeBit – HP to Release the iPAQ h4000 Series and More (6/19/2003 1:49:06 PM) – Reports are coming in that HP is going to release a new iPAQ this Fall. The iPAQ h4000 series will be on the high-end of the scale and will feature a built in QWERTY keyboard.



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