HP has brought two new Windows Mobile 6 Professional IPAQs to the table in an attempt to crack back into the smartphone space. The QWERTY-equipped 910 has a square screen, while the 610 has a larger screen, but no keyboard.
Both are sort of sterile-looking devices, which may or may not appeal to you depending on how you feel about the glossy faux metal that covers most Windows Mobile devices these days. Hardware-wise, they're not without oomph—3G, Bluetooth 2, A-GPS, 3 megapixel cameras—but like all hardware with feature sets that are predicated largely by their OS, they're not doing a whole lot of stand-out stuff.
I'm a little surprised they're keeping the "iPAQ" brand. I never thought it screamed modernity.
HP Refreshes iPAQ Lineu [Phonescoop]