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HP iPAQ h6300 (in progress) specifications
Posted on 12-Apr-2004 09:13 | Tags Filed under: News


HP iPAQ h6300 (in progress) specifications
Providing more fuel for rumours, some information has leaked over some boards about the configuration and release dates of a new HP iPAQ with PAN (Bluetooth), LAN (wi-fi) and WAN (GSM/GPRS).

The source seems to be a draft 3 page brochure. It's thought that T-Mobile will release this device in May, with AT&T getting the device in August.

  • Integrated quad band GSM/GPRS, WLAN 802.11b, Bluetooth 1.1, IrDA and USB
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PC Phone Edition. Pocket versions of Microsoft software are included (Outlook, Word, Excel and Internet Explorer for Pocket PC)
  • Processor: Texas Instruments OMAP 1510
  • Display: 3.5 (89mm) Transflective TFT color with LED backlight
  • Camera (on selected SKUs): VGA, 640x480 resolution
  • Memory 64-MB SDRAM, 64-MB Flash ROM Memory (55-MB user accessible)
  • Up to 20-MB iPAQ File Store (varies by SKU)
  • Dimensions 4.68 x 2.95 x .73 (119mm x 75mm x 18.7mm)
  • Weight 6.7 oz (190 g)
  • LED: GSM/GPRS, Bluetooth, WLAN
  • Phone Notification: Vibrate, Audible, Visible message on the display
  • Power Battery - Removable/Rechargeable 1800 mAh Lithium-lon user swappable battery
  • Optional extended 3600 mAh Lithium-lon battery available for purchase
  • AC Power - AC Input: 100~240 Vac, 50/60 Hz, AC Input current: 0.3 Aac maxOutput Voltage: 5Vdc (typical), Output Current: 2A (typical)
  • Expansion Integrated SD slot: SD/MMC type standard, SDIO ready
  • Audio Integrated microphone, receiver, speaker and one 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack, MP3 stereo (through audio jack and speaker)

    The document also says a removable keyboard is in the box.

    It'll be an interesting device, but the specs sheet doesn't confirm if it's a Windows Mobile Second Edition. Moreover I'd like to see 128MB or even 192MB SDRAM, instead of only 64MB.

    Australian web site MTekk has more information on this.


  • More information: http://www.mtekk.com.au/browse/page746.html...




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