PDAgold found more info on the exact specifications of the hx2000 series of Pocket PCs from HP.
HP is copying Dell by offering 3 different versions of the hx2000: the low-end hx2110, the mid-range hx2410 and the high end hx2750.
The basic hx2110 features a 312MHz XScale processor, 64MB RAM and 64MB ROM (total 88MB user accessible), Bluetooth 1.1, SDIO and CompactFlash card slots and a 920mAh removable battery.
The hx2410 is the same as the hx2110 except for a faster 520MHz processor, Wi-Fi 802.11b, and larger 1440mAh battery.
The hx2750 adds a 620MHz processor, 128MB RAM and 128MB ROM (total 214MB user accessible), and a biometric fingerprint reader.
All 3 are 4.7″ x 3.0″ x 0.6″ and weigh 5.8oz. All 3 are missing VGA resolution screens and consumer speed/range infrared, making these much more suited for the business user than the home user.
No word yet on pricing, and at TechXNY yesterday the HP staff wouldn’t give any information out on the hx2000 series.