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iPaq

An earlier Compaq Computer brand name for desktop computers and mobile phones. In 2000, the iPaq desktop was a legacy-free PC that used Pentium III or Celeron processors and ran Windows 98, NT or 2000 with a maximum of 512MB of RAM and 10GB hard drive. In 2001, the iPaq H3100 was a monochrome, Pocket PC-based PDA. Subsequent iPaq models came out as HP-labeled PDAs and smartphones after Compaq was acquired by HP in 2002. See Pocket PC, Compaq and HP.
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HP Middle East today announced availability of the HP iPAQ 914 Series Business Messenger, a 3G smartphone designed for maximum mobile productivity.
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