Little wonder Wireless handheld system supplier O2 has added a mini model to its popular Xda lineup of integrated phones and personal digital assistants. The company describes the O2 Xda II Mini as 'two thirds the size at two thirds the price'. Like its bigger brother, the Mini comes with a 1.3-megapixel camera and runs the second edition of Microsoft Windows Mobile. The model has 64 megabytes of read-only memory, 64Mb of random access memory and an Intel 416-megahertz PXA 272 processor. While the larger Xda IIs is aimed primarily at the corporate segment, O2 is targeting consumers with the mini model, claimed to be the smallest PDA phone on the market. Expected to be priced just north of $5,000, the Mini is scheduled to debut in Hong Kong later this month. Eye hear Premium sunglasses maker Oakley and MP3 audio controller chip supplier SigmaTel have collaborated on a stylish new accessory that would make the X-Men proud: the Oakley Thump. Launched in the United States last month and priced up to US$495, the Oakley Thump is touted as the world's first MP3 player incorporated into performance eyewear. Product details can be found at www.oakley.com/thump . No Asia-Pacific release date has been set. It's a snap Tired of your mobile phone's small screen and limited wireless capabilities? Hewlett-Packard suggests giving its iPAQ h6365 Pocket PC a try. Available this Christmas season at $5,380, the new iPAQ features a 3.5-inch colour display and connectivity options for GSM, GPRS, Wi-fi and Bluetooth. It also comes with a removable, snap-on keyboard to make it easy to compose e-mails, notes and instant messages.