New iPaqs including the H3670 featuring 64MB of memory will be coming your way. ZDNet reports:
The H3670, which looks like the other models in the H3600 series, will be available in early April for $649. Its predecessor with 32MB of memory, the H3650, sells for $499.The rest of the article is here.
"The 64MB one is really targeted at an enterprise audience because they are going to need that (much) more memory," Compaq spokeswoman Nora Hahn said.
The other new model, the H3635, is identical to the H3630, except for a few features. The new handheld includes a Compaq Flash expansion pack, which lets customers increase their file storage or gain access to their company's network for e-mail and Web browsing using a modem. It also includes an expandable carrying case, a golf game and Peacemaker software, which lets people transfer data from other handheld computers, such as Palm OS-based handhelds. The H3635 is priced at a $599, compared to the earlier model at $499.
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