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MWC – HP Elite x3 Hands on

We posted the news yesterday that HP are re-entering the mobile market with a Windows 10 device. Now we’ve had some time to get hands on with one of the devices. I am very impressed with it but instead of reading my thoughts on it lets see what …

MWC – HP Elite X3 brings Windows 10 Mobile back in the game

Long when we thought Windows 10 Mobile wasn’t going to see any support further than the Lumias and the Acer Jade Primo, HP has surprised quite a few people with the announcement of the Elite X3. Yes, that’s right – not only are HP going in on Windows …

HP heading back into the smartphone game?

So what happens when you drop a couple of billion dollars on a fledgling smartphone operating system, make a couple of phones and a tablet with it and then fire sale the lot? Well if your name’s HP you might realise you made a little mistake! For HP, …

HTC Growth comes to a halt

HTC cut their revenue forecasts by nearly 23% today as their huge growth finally came to an end. Strong competition is now hampering the company. They also blame… (The) global macroeconomic downturn and market competition, the assumptions of 2011 Q4 financial forecast provided earlier are no longer applicable. …

HP kills off WebOS!

Well this caught us all out! HP have just announced that they are to “discontinue operations for WebOS, specifically Touchpad and WebOS phones” – that’ll be the just about/to be launched Pre3. The handset is just about available but it rang alarm bells when the handset received an …

HP Voice Messenger now available to buy on Vodafone UK

Vodafone have just made the HP Voice Messenger available on their business contracts. Prices start from nothing up to £85.11. The handset has a 528Mhz CPU, WiFi, 3.1 megapixel camera, microSD card slot, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and...

HP handsets on the way

Those two HP iPAQ handsets we served up a few weeks back have now touched down on the Vodafone website. You can't buy them just yet, but you can at least have a snoop around the handsets and check out the specs. The HP Voice Messenger and the …

Those two new HP handsets – exclusive to Vodafone

A few days ago you may have seen a mention of new HP handsets appearing soon. We haven't covered this yet, so to make up for it we've got the new HP phones showing up in the Vodafone magazine. Huzzar! First things first, Vodafone have bagged an exclus...

HP Silver – It’s still alive

Today is October 1st, so it's surprising to see the HP Silver still alive and well in these sneak shots over at Engadget. We saw it at the very start of 2008 in a leaked Vodafone roadmap, but alas it never appeared in July as promised. There's GPS …

HP iPaq 900 Now finally (almost) here

Back in early September last year we first heard about a new iPaq 900 handset from HP. Well, following the "available soon" announcement you should now be able to buy the thing, a full 9 months later. You can find it here in the "Handhelds and Calcula...

HP iPAQ 900 takes a step closer

Back in September we told you of the HP iPaq 900 handset. It's equipped with a 3 megapixel camera with flash, Marvell PXA 270 520Mhz CPU, QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth 2.0, 128Mb RAM / 256Mb ROM and microSD (SDHC) slot. Luckily the manual (along with a l...

HP iPaq 614c – £50 cash-back

This is the HP iPaq 614c. Packed with GPS, quadband EDGE/GPRS, 3G / HSDPA and WiFi it flies along on a 520Mhz CPU. This is a great device which is easy to navigate thanks to the touchwheel and pad, plus it's designed to have classic "phone" looks. The...

HP iPaq 614c available Monday

Kevin Osborne has just emailed in because he's spotted the HP iPaq 610 / 614 for sale. We spotted it some time back but, as of Monday, you'll be able to buy it off-contract for £389.99. The phone, which is called the "HP iPaq 614c" here, is powered …

HP Oak – QWERTY slider for Vodafone

Oh how we love QWERTY sliders. :) This HP handset is called the "Oak" and packs a massive spec-list into a slim and sexy phone. Scheduled for the Autumn line-up on Vodafone the HP Oak has quad-band GSM connectivity and HSDPA (plus, we presume, 3G too)...

HP Silver – Another leaked handset coming to Voda

HP are another big player who have popped up on the Vodafone 2008 line-up. This is the HP Silver, a Smartphone - yes, a real, Windows Mobile 6 non-touch-screen phone. It's packed with features and connectivity - HSPDA, GPS (sat-nav), WiFi and a Surety...

HP iPaq 514 – Massive price drop

Why wait until January to get some good deals? Right now HP have a great discount on the HP iPaq 514 Voice Messenger. It's been reduced from £175 to just £119. Running Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard (ignore the specs that says it's Pocket PC) and has a...

HP iPAQ 900 Business Navigator Series Details

The HP iPaq 900 Series Business Messenger is a QWERTY-toting device designed to hook you into your office. A scroll-wheel, 3G, GPS, WiFi and quad-band technology give this handset definite power and the ability to work anywhere. Equipped with Windows...

HP iPAQ 600 Business Navigator Series Details

Continuing with our look at the HP handsets we find the HP iPaq 600 Series. Following the 100, 200 and 300 series this is the first to include a radio stack, so you can actually make calls on a GSM network :) There's to be two versions - …

HP iPAQ 300 Travel Companion Series Details

The HP iPAQ 300 Series is a Travel Companion and actually runs Windows CE 5.0. It's your personal navigation tour guide and gives you a unique 3D travel experience. Driven by a dual-core 600Mhz CPU there's an 800x480 touch-screen, Bluetooth, microSD s...

HP iPAQ 200 Classic Series details

This is the HP iPaq 200 Series handset. This also runs Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Classic like its' smaller 100 Series brother. The 200 series gets a bigger screen but has a slightly thicker and heavier body. Running the Marvell PXA310 CPU at 624Mhz ...