Hewlett-Packard (HP) will unveil its iPaq h2200 PDA on 30 May, according to High Tech Computer (HTC), the Taiwanese company making the device for HP.
The information was included in a letter to the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that the government unit published on its website.
Like all devices that use radio, the Bluetooth-enabled iPaq h2200 required clearance from the FCC before it could go on sale and it was as part of this approval process that details of the PDA were added to a publicly accessible FCC database in early April.
HTC tried to remove the information from the public domain until the launch, but were unsuccessful.
The device is based on either a 200MHz or 400MHz Xscale processor from Intel and will be available with at least 64Mbytes of SDRAM (synchronous dynamic RAM) and 32Mbytes of ROM.