Yes, you won't be able to buy it from CompUSA, but no doubt importers will offer the new HTC Advantage X7510 once it's released some time next month. In the meantime, we got our hands on a final hardware revision model and have given it the once and twice-over.
The X7510 is a refresh of the Windows Mobile mini-computer with a VGA 5" touch screen display, GPS, quad band GSM, triband US-friendly HSDPA 3.5G, WiFi, Bluetooth and a 3MP camera. What's new? The tiny hard disk is gone and has been replaced by a 16 gig flash drive, the OS is now Windows Mobile 6.1 and the removable keyboard has been redesigned. The X7510 will only be available through importers in the US unlike last years's X7501 and as ever, it's the MacGyver of mobile devices, doing most everything well.
Read our HTC Advantage X7510 review.