We read about the HTC Advantage X7500 yesterday on Engadget See article below… But here is the real news we found it for sale by a company in Manhattan called WirelessImports. Hit that link to see it for your self in all its $1199 glory! Here are the specs:

The HTC Advantage X7500 is a powerful mobile office device that lets you work wherever and whenever you want.
Microsoft Windows Mobile 5 with Direct Push Technology, you have the office tools you need while on the road.
huge 5-inch VGA display provides you more than enough room for surfing the Web and viewing documents.

  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • Built-in 8GB hard drive with miniSD expansion slot
  • Laptop-style experience with a huge 5-inch touch screen display and detachable
  • QWERTY keyboard
  • TV Out feature to output contents on the screen onto an external display such as a Projector or TV when doing presentations or sharing photos
    print out documents by connecting to a Bluetooth or network printer
  • 624 MHz CPU
  • Always “on”, connect to your office, watch videos or listen to music anywhere
  • Built-in GPS
  • 3 megapixel camera with auto focus and flash
  • HTC VueFLO for easy navigation

From:http://www.engadget.com/2007/03/26/hands-on-with-the-htc-advantage/

So we happened to get our hands on an HTC Advantage last week, and damn is this thing ready to rumble. The keyboard (which we just weren’t that fond of) snaps into place from a good inch away, and feels more like an industrial magnet than something you’d find on a consumer device. The VGA screen is fantastically large and bright, and played back full-res video without a hiccup. It even has an idle mode with a couple mini-widgets and an email ticker when the keyboard is magnetically latched onto the body to protect the screen (that VueFLO nav, we think). Check out the gallery to get a better sense of what you’re in for, but be warned: this is a
machine by and for handheld computing enthusiasts and cellphone nerds. So even
though HTC wants you to replace your laptop with an Advantage for short trips,
it’s still a beast of a connected PDA at heart.