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Mio A501

After the Mio A701, the Taiwanese company Mio is preparing another GPS-enabled Pocket PC Phone, the Mio A501. Designwise the A501 is quite different from the A701 and to be honest I prefer this new design. A501 according to the reports will be using the (surprise, surprise) SiRFstar III GPS chip. Other features and specifications [...]

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Asus P526 (Pegasus) Photos and Information

GPSAndCo posted a couple of pictures and more information about the Asus P526 (or Asus Pegasus). The specifications posted by GPSAndCo about the P526 are: Integrated SiRF III GPS chip and integrated GPS antenna Quand band GSM, GPRS and EDGE CPU: TI OMAP 850 Screen: 2,8″ TFT LCD with 65 000 colors and a resolution [...]

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Asus (MyPal) A686 / A696 GPS PDA

Asus launched last week two new Ultra Slim GPS PDA, the Asus A686 and the Asus A696. It appears that the company will no longer be using the MyPal name, although while digging for information about these new units I found a .pdf product sheet that refers to these two as MyPal A686 and MyPal [...]

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Asus Pegasus Pocket PC Phone with GPS

It appears that Asus is preparing a new Pocket PC Phone with integrated GPS, this new gadget has the code name “Pegasus”. There are currently not a lot of information available other than the fact that it is extra slim (15.4 mm), it uses Windows, it has integrated GPS and what we can see in [...]

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TeleNav Traffic™ for GPS phones

TeleNav unveiled today TeleNav Traffic™, the first mobile phone-based GPS navigation service with intelligent traffic notification and rerouting functionality. From the Press release customers using TeleNav GPS Navigator, a turn-by-turn, GPS-enabled voice and on-screen navigation service, will have access to TeleNav Traffic™, a new capability that regularly monitors traffic and proactively alerts users of slowdowns [...]

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Asus Mypal A639

Asus MyPal A639 is the new GPS enabled Pocket PC from Asus. The A639 was presented originally in MEDPI in Monaco and later on at the COMPUTEX 2006. The MyPal A639 will have most of the characteristics of Asus earlier model, the A636 but the main difference will be that it will have 1Gb of [...]

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Samsung SCH W399

The Samsung SCH W399 is one of the first if not the first mobile phones that offers GPS navigation with voice guidance. The Samsung SCH W399 is a GSM+CDMA 1x phone with an integrated 1.3 MPl camera, a 2.2″ display with a resolution of 176 x 220 pixels (260k colors) and a clamshell design. Some [...]

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Mio A701

Mio has officially announced the Mio A701, a blen of a GPS device, PDA and mobile phone that runs on the Windows Mobile 5 platform. This new device has some really nice specifications that you can see below: CPU: 520MHz Intel Xscale PXA-270 OS: MS Windows Mobile 5 GPS Receiver: SiRFStar III Screen: 2.7″ TFT [...]

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Pocket Loox N560

Fujitsu-Siemens has showcased for the first time the Pocket Loox N560 at the 2006 CeBIT a new smartphone with integrated GPS. The N560 will have the following features: Processor: Intel PXA270 624Mhz Memory: 128MB ROM; 64MB RAM GPS: Integrated SiRF Star III Screen: 3.5 inch VGA (480 x 640) Expansion: SD I/O slot Wi-Fi: 802.11 [...]

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Garmin Mobile 20

Garmin has announced one more product today, the Garmin Mobile 20. The Mobile 20 is a Bluetooth-enabled wireless GPS navigation system that adds full GPS navigation and hands-free calling capabilities to mobile smartphones. Garmin Mobile 20 supports Nokia, Windows Mobile and Treo smartphones. Here is a list of Mobile’s 20 features.

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