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The HP OmniGo 700LX Communicator Plus (F1206A), codenamed “Columbia”, was a project of the HP calculator branch in Singapore. The HP OmniGo 700LX is essentially a 2 MB HP 200LX including its Hornet CPU redesigned to piggyback a Nokia 2110 GSM mobile telephone for wireless mobility. The HP 200LX motherboard was factory-modified to support a second PCMCIA slot for a Nokia Data Card. Owing to the relatively large size of the Nokia telephone, the HP OmniGo 700LX has a large, pebble-shaped casing, making it a handheld with a phone attached. It was announced in late 1995 as part of plans for a collaboration between HP and Nokia. Shipment starting in March 1996. The production of the HP OmniGo 700LX ceased after the Nokia 2110 mobile telephone was rendered obsolete by later telephones. The device can be seen as a forerunner to the first smartphone, Nokia’s Communicator 9000. (Wikipedia)