Mobile Porn Surfing Gets Better With New iPaq
The iPaq 6315 is HP’s first handheld to incorporate wireless voice connectivity as well as e-mail, text and instant messaging and data communications through T-Mobile USA Inc. of Bellevue, Wash.
HP’s device comes with an attachable keyboard that can be used with a user's thumbs. The $499, 6-ounce handheld has a 3.5-inch color display and automatically defaults to the best connectivity signal.
It allows users to travel seamlessly between the two networks, maximizing the highest possible speeds. The monthly bundled cost for a voice plan plus all-the-data-you-can-use will be a flat rate less than $100.
Surfers can walk down a street and receive same high Internet speeds as they would in a Wi-Fi signal at a neighboring Starbucks.
“HP is mobilizing enterprise customers by providing access to relevant content and information they need to stay productive." HP spokesman Alex Gruzen told XBiz. "This new line of iPAQs sets the standard by which all other mobile devices should be judged.”
Gruzen also told XBiz that the Palo Alto, Calif.’s business in “best in breed” phone sales are expected to rise 50 percent to 100 percent annually.
HP also introduced several other wireless hand-held computers Monday, though none will include wireless voice capability. HP unveiled the iPaq hx4700, a device with a big screen that will retail for $649; the iPaq rx3000, which will include a digital camera for between $350 to $500; and the iPaq rz1700, a lower-end device for $279.