Hewlett-Packard launches two iPaq handhelds

Hewlett-Packard has revealed details of two iPaq products ahead of next week's Comdex show in Las Vegas.

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Hewlett-Packard has revealed details of two iPaq products ahead of next week's Comdex show in Las Vegas.

The market leader in Pocket PC devices unveiled its Model 5450 handheld with integrated IEEE 802.11b, Bluetooth, and a bioscan fingerprint reader. The device is aimed at enterprise-level companies and is priced at $699 (£440).

HP also introduced its Model 1910, which is aimed at business professionals and priced at $299.

The Model 5450 also includes HP's File Store; 20MB of built-in, non-volatile storage; a Secure Digital I/O slot for expansion; a removable battery and a 3.8-inch colour display. It does not include a Compact Flash (CF) 2 slot.

The Model 1910 comes with a colour 3.5-inch screen, a removable battery, 64MB of RAM but does not include the ability to add devices using the sled design of other iPaq models.

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