PDA News – HP iPAQ h1915 Has SD I/O?, Mitsubishi Smartphone, New Clie NX Series Devices

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Reports on the h1915 are like yo-yo’s, telling us something different every time

Last week we found out the h1915 did not have Bluetooth and it appeared based on reports from CeBIT that it did not have SDIO either. Well, the HP German web site contradicts this statement. From their site –

Interner Erweiterungssteckplatz Secure Digital (SDIO) Erweiterungs-Steckplatz

For more info, visit the product page in German.

Related news –
CeBIT 2003 – HP iPAQ h1915 on Display – No Bluetooth and No SDIO (3/13/2003 10:53:18 AM) – I think h1910 owners will actually feel good about this announcement. There was a little buyer’s remorse after the first leaks came out that the h1915 would include Bluetooth.

Rumor – HP to Release iPAQ h1915 in Europe (1/23/2003 12:59:57 PM) – Europe has been waiting for the iPAQ h1910 for a while now and guess what? You don’t get it. Instead you get the iPAQ h1915 which is pretty much the same thing…if you are in the US and bought a 1910 you might want to stop reading now…with BLUETOOTH!

It seems everyone is making a Smartphone or PDA these days – Here’s the Mitsubishi concept design.

All About Symbian has details on the Mitsu Smartphone concept design that was being shown off at CeBIT last week.

Some of the features are:
Sending and receiving data using wireless LAN
High resolution camera (Mega pixels)
Memory Stick Duo
Symbian OS
Voice Phone (IP using wireless LAN)

Check out this article for more information.

ClieSource has begun circulating a rumor about two new NX series Clies.

The specs are still rough but it seems like that both will have the NX70 form. The NX80 will have a 1 megapixel camera while the NX73 camera will be similar to the NX70. One thing different though is that, it seems like all the default applications are now stored in ROM and will have the full 16MB RAM free for use. More…



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