HP has improved its hardware features by offering Intel's 206MHz StrongARM SA-1110 processor and adding support for 16-bit color. The company has also added a lithium-polymer battery and 8MB of flash memory for backing up data and applications in case the device runs out of power.
In addition, HP has strengthened its alliance with chipmaker Intel by announcing that it plans to bring voice communication and wireless capabilities to future HP products. HP will support Intel's Personal Internet Client Architecture, which essentially is a blueprint for building wireless communications devices.
Operating System: Pocket PC 2002
Processor: Intel StrongARM 206 MHz
Memory: 32 MB RAM, 32MB ROM
Screen Resolution: 240 x 240
Battery Type: rechargeable Li-Polymer battery pack
Battery: rechargeable Li-Polymer battery pack
Release Date: 8/22/2001
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