High Tech Computer Corp., the world's leading provider of Microsoft Windows Mobile powered devices, launched three smart devices from its Q1 2007 product portfolio at the 3GSM World Congress Conference and Exhibition. These ground-breaking devices showcase the latest in mobile convergence for both consumer and enterprise audiences and epitomize HTC's commitment to developing innovative, appealing and category-defining form factors and applications.
*HTC Advantage (X7500) - The most powerful mobile office to date, the HTC Advantage is smarter and lighter than the smallest PC notebook. It supports Microsoft Outlook Mobile for quick access to email, calendar, task and contact functions. It is also the first device to feature HTC's VueFLO easy navigation technology and detachable keyboard. A first for business functionality with high-speed global connectivity (Tri-Band 3G/ 3.5G (HSDPA) and Quad-Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE), the HTC Advantage is packed with PC-style power, functionality and multimedia features.
*HTC S710 - This compact and stylish messaging phone features a semi auto-sliding QWERTY keyboard, redefining the smartphone form factor. Offering more than a sleek new look, this model is one of the first devices to use Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 for a powerful and engaging mobile experience. Windows Mobile 6 offers new capabilities to view emails in rich HTML format, easier email management through new shortcuts and new calendar views that enhance how people can stay on top of their work when away from the office.
*HTC P3350 - For music and multimedia on the move, the HTC P3350 has it all. The HTC P3350 is a powerful mobile device that offers a full range of PDA features such as Microsoft Office Mobile for reading and editing Word and Excel documents, combined with HTC's powerful Media Hub for playing and managing music and videos tracks/clips, or creating ringtones.
The HTC Advantage will first be available through T-Mobile (as the T-Mobile 'Ameo') in Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, Austria and Poland starting in March 2007, with HTC versions being released simultaneously in selected countries.
Orange will first launch the HTC S710 (Orange SPV E650) across most of its European markets in the first half of the year as part of its Signature range. The Orange SPV E650 will feature a customised homescreen with icons that provide one-click access to key business functions such as Internet access, email, calendar and contact information.
The HTC P3350 will be available in store from March, through a range of HTC's operator and distributor partners.