The New York Times > Technology > Circuits > State of the Art: A Palmtop as Wireless Omnivore "That's why the HP's new H6315, due on Aug. 26, is a welcome breakthrough. It's a PocketPC, meaning that it auto-synchronizes your e-mail, address book and calendar with a Windows PC when placed in its charging cradle. Like other PocketPC's, it also has a built-in voice recorder, vibrating reminders and a card slot (for storage beyond the 55 megabytes of built-in memory). It even has a built-in camera that takes disappointingly washed-out 640-by-480-pixel photos.
But this iPaq's real distinction is its wirelessness. It's the first palmtop that can connect to the Internet and other gadgets in four wireless ways.
Still, considering how many gadgets this palmtop replaces, HP has done an excellent job at keeping a lid on the complexity and size. The new iPaq is an imperfect but extremely useful option for the well-heeled, communication-addicted traveler. No laws of physics were broken in its creation, but a few were cleverly bent."