The O2 Xda mini and T-Mobile compact (II) definitely seems to become fashion Pocket PCs, I have no other explanation why else T-Mobile and O2 are going to release these devices in various colors (and in limited editions, at least as O2 does with the Xda mini Limited Edition).
After O2's Xda mini Limited Edition announcement (currently, the mini is available in black and ice blue in addition to O2's standard anthracite), today a pink MDA compact II surfaced over at "Shiny Shiny":
PDAs are great in theory, but in practice they're just another bit of
tech for me to carry round in my bag. Having a bag full of gadgets and
gizmos may be great in theory, but I just end up fretting about how much it
would cost me all to replace when it inevitably gets swiped by some
tech-loving thief, and by the end of my journey I'm a twitching, sweating
ball of goggle-eyed paranoia. Still, I appreciate that most normal people
don't carry around as much gear as I do, and if you rather fancy organising
your life electronically, T-Mobile has produced a pink edition of the MDA
Compact II, to go with the more sedate grey version. Don't expect this to be
the most powerful PDA you've ever encountered - it's designed to be small
and compact, not big and butch. Specs include 1.3 megapixel camera, 128MB
memory and an SD Card slot, Windows Mobile 5.0, and around Ã‚Â£140 price tag.
Not sure yet in which T-Mobile countries the "Pink" MDA compact II will appears but it seems to appear at least in UK (haven't heard anything from Germany yet but it's most likely too).
Cheers ~ Arne