We saw the HP iPaq 910 announced and now thanks to Brighthand we have a price and a date: June 30th, $500. The 910 looks like an awfully sweet device, what with Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro, a 416mHz processor, 128 RAM, 256 ROM, Quad-band EDGE and Tri-band 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and a 3 megapixel camera. So nice, in fact, that although we doubt AT&T will pick it up we secretly hope that rumors to the contrary are true.
The best thing about the HP910 is that it serves to fill a slot in the US that's currently only occupied by one (carrier-supported) device. The slot: A front-facing QWERTY-keyboard WinMo device with a touchscreen on AT&T's network. The device: the old and tottering Treo 750. (Yes, we know about the Samsung i780 and no, we're not interested). While we hope that Palm can get their act together and release the Treo 850 this summer, if they don't this iPaq could steal a bit of their thunder.
Anybody else think that keyboard bears a striking resemblance to the one on the Motorola Q9h?
...Check out the official iPaq 910 Product Page for more.