The iPAQ h6315 was HP's first cellular wireless Pocket PC and was sold in the U.S. by T-Mobile.
The h6315 was a Quad-Band
GSM/GPRS device, capable of operating at 850,
900, 1800 or 1900MHz, making it compatible with
wireless service providers all over the world.
In addition to GSM/GPRS, the iPAQ 6300 Series
also featured onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, also making
it the first Pocket PC to incorporate all three
by a TI OMAP 151 ARM-based processor running
at only 200MHz, the first wireless iPAQ didn't set any speed records, but the processor
was carefully selected by HP, primarily
to extend battery life.
features include an onboard digital camera,
64MB of RAM and a snap-on thumb keyboard for
quick data entry.