HP has expanded its range of business notebook computers, with 10 machines configured to provide users with access mobile data over wireless networks.
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The notebooks are built around the HP Compaq 9600, 8200, 6200, 6100 and 4200 lines.
HP has also introduced the HP iPAQ Mobile Messenger handheld which incorporates voice, 2.5G data networking and GPS navigation technologies.
The Mobile Messenger also supports instant messaging and integration with wireless Lans. The new handheld is entering a faltering market however, as analyst IDC has just reported a 13% dive in total handheld sales for 2004.
In addition, HP has launched a wireless messaging integration solution for small businesses built around an HP-hosted Microsoft’s Exchange 2003 e-mail server platform.
This means small companies do not have to buy their own hardware to deliver wireless messaging to employees.
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