HP iPAQ rx4000

HP have launched an iPAQ which is based around the Windows Mobile 5.0 OS but as the picture shows below, it seems that they are wanting to promote the music and video capabilities of this device. I have always liked the Windows PPC platform to work with and I find they are very functional.

What sets the iPAQ aside from from your average HP iPAQ is that this device has more built in media type applications. It has been designed with the consumer in mind. The screen can rotate the image so that it can be worked with in either portrait or landscape mode. We expect this device to hit the markets at around $299.

iPAQ rx4000

Key features of the smart design include:

* Choose to view digital content in either landscape or portrait mode to maximize the viewing pleasure of videos, photos and games.
* A scroll wheel for a single, smooth, one-handed operation for access and navigation of digital content.
* A large 2.8-inch-wide anti-glare touch screen to quickly launch media applications for entertainment gratification.
* The HP iPAQ rx4000 Mobile Media Companion series, which is built on Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Software for Pocket PC, also includes a suite of connectivity options, such as integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, enabling consumers to stay connected on the go.
* Built with integrated Wi-Fi, consumers can connect to their email and the Internet to get real-time information and download music or movies. Consumers can also download VoIP software to make free PC-to-PC calls and fee-based calls to landlines and mobile phones, staying connected to loved.
* Bluetooth technology enables consumers to connect to other Bluetooth devices, such as wireless stereo headphones, mobile phones and wireless printers.
* Built on Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Software for Pocket PC, consumers can synchronize their calendar and contacts with ease, while getting work done on the go with popular Microsoft applications, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Via: Fosfor Gadgets

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