New PDA’s from Toshiba and HP officially announced – UPDATE New pics of all the devices

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Expect a flurry of activity today for Microsoft OS based handhelds as Microsoft kicks off its first developer conference for mobile devices in London. Microsoft is expecting over 1,000 developers to show up and plans on making plenty of headlines with more details on the Toshiba e310 and the Jornada 728, both due out within a few weeks.

Toshiba’s device, the Pocket PC e310, will begin shipping April 22 for $399 and will come with 32MB of memory, a Secure Digital expansion slot and will use Intel’s 206MHz StrongARM processor. The e310 will weigh about 5 ounces and measure about a half an inch thick.

Toshiba’s device, the Pocket PC e310, will begin shipping April 22 for $399 and will come with 32MB of memory, a Secure Digital expansion slot and will use Intel’s 206MHz StrongARM processor. The e310 will weigh about 5 ounces and measure about a half an inch thick.

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HP’s new Jornada 728 Handheld PC will use Microsoft’s Handheld PC OS and will come with 64MB of memory, compared with the previous version that came with 32MB, and will cost $999. It will be available at the end of May. Keep in mind that HP also has the Jornada 928 due out later this year as an integrated device with PDA and phone functionality.

HP Jornada 728

HP Jornada 928

Microsoft now has an answer for PalmSource. Both of these conferences generate their fair share of buzz, so stay tuned…we’ll bring you all the latest on these new devices.

Brian

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