HP launches PDA phone in India
NEW DELHI: Hewlett Packard India has launched its first 5-in-1 PDA phone, the IPAQ h6365 Pocket PC with mobile phone and camera. This handheld features built-in integrated three-way wireless capabilities.
Priced at Rs 29, 990, the finer points of this PDA rest in the four-way wireless (IrDA, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and quadband GSM/GPRS) capabilities; built-in VGA camera; user-replaceable battery; speakerphone.
However, according to a CNet review, the IPAQ h6365 can prove to be bulky, with its keyboard not integrated, keys cramped and somewhat sluggish in its performance.
The IPAQ h6365 Pocket PC boasts of a large (3.5″), transflective color display, which the review says has a “washed out look”. Its rechargeable, removable Lithium-Ion battery (1800 mAh battery) lets users synchronize with their PC, print photos and documents, and more (via Bluetooth), states the press release.
“Keeping in tandem with the mobile revolution that is sweeping the nation, HP’s new line of iPAQs features capabilities that address the converging data and voice needs of mobile professional and consumers, allowing them to take full advantage of the rich digital services that today’s wireless networks provide,” said HP India handhelds country manager Sumeet Gurnani.
Source: Business Wire