Rogers Wireless has added the HP iPAQ h6320 and h6325 handhelds to their mobile offerings today. Both models function on Rogers GSM/GPRS network and can roam to other networks due to their quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) compatibility.
The HP iPAQ h6320 is almost identical to the HP iPAQ h6325, the only difference is the lack of digital camera on the h6320. The iPAQs run on Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 SE Phone Edition and utilize the Texas Instruments OMAP 1510 processor. 75MB of available memory and 20MB of data storage are available to the user. Expandable memory can be added, support is added through the integrated SD/MMC type SDIO slot.
For users on corporate networks, WLAN 802.11b support will allow you to access e-mail, video, music or other internet services without using your Rogers connect. Blueooth and IrDA accessories are supported, it sports a 3.5-inch LCD display with 64K colours.
The h6320 is available from Rogers for $479 after rebate with a three-year contract, and the h6325 is $499.