I really don’t understand these companies some times, HP has finally made their Bluetooth stereo headphones available on the HP Shopping website for a really good price of $99, but they will only work with Bluetooth-enabled iPaqs. So far the supported Pocket PCs are the h2200, h4100, h4300, h5100, h5500, h6300, rx3000, and hx4700. Why would they go out of your way to make something so generic, like a set of headphones, non-functional with devices that support the same protocols? I guess they are hoping people will buy more iPaqs since they can get these really cool new headphones to work with them.
Navman has announced the Navman 4460 voice-enabled, Bluetooth GPS receiver designed for PalmOS 5-based handhelds. The device is powered by the latest version of Navman’s award winning SmartST Professional navigation software and offers consumers the most comprehensive self-contained guidance solution on the market. The GPS 4460 was unveiled at the 2004 International CeS. SmartST Version […]