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The latest GPS system from Europe's leading navigation solution supplier. Easy-to-use, voice guided navigation with the latest UK maps and a highly sensitive Bluetooth GPS receiver.

GPS Personal Digital Assistant

     

  1. GPS Navigator 6 Bluetooth With Refurbished
    The latest GPS system from Europe's leading navigation solution supplier. Easy-to-use, voice guided navigation with the latest UK maps and a highly sensitive Bluetooth GPS receiver. Combined with the powerful HP iPAQ 2490 with a massive 520Mhz processor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. TomTom Navigator 6 - the latest GPS system from Europe's leading navigation solution supplier. Only one system is needed to work seamlessly on your PDA and mobile phone. Easy-to-use, voice guided navigation with the latest UK maps, newest technology and lots of smart extras.
      
  2. The US Globle with USB Port GPS Receiver
    The WAAS enabled BU-353 GPS Receiver can be utilized in a variety of applications that may require a magnetic mounting with a waterproof configuration. With non-slip on the base and its compact design, the BU-353 is completely self-contained and waterproof. It incorporates the latest SiRF Star III GPS chipset and a 20-channel active patch antenna so you receive the highest degree of GPS accuracy. Typical application may include, but not limited to marine, aviation, and commercial environments in such uses as fire truck, police cars, buses, utility & long haul vehicles.
      
  3. GPS and Navigator Software
    In some cases these products may also be used with WinCE palmtops. The terms "pocket pc," sometimes called ppc, and "WinCE" may be used interchangeably in this context however some products may be specific to one platform or the other. Mapping programs for gps use come in two flavors. There are programs that support raster, also known as bitmap, maps and programs that support vector maps. There are even programs that can support both types of maps. Note that the mapping products listed below all support GPS but are quite useful with or without a gps attached. 
     
  4. The GPS Bluetooth
    This is a single board of Bluetooth-GPS receiver for customers who require easy system integration and minimal development risk. Optimized for good performance and low cost. Its 12 parallel channels and 4000 search bins provide short start-up time and fast signal acquisition. Having fast time-to-first-fix and enhanced sensitivity, it offers good navigation performance even in urban canyons. Satellite-based augmentation systems, such as WAAS and EGNOS, are supported to yield improved accuracy.
      
  5. GPS Compact flash card
    TF30-CF can be used as an ordinary real-time GPS locator. It satisfies a wide variety of application for vehicle navigation, tracking, sport, leisure and recreation purpose. It creates a portable navigation system when plugged into a portable computer device. TF30-CF opens up many more business application in transportation, marine, aviation and industrial markets. A user can simply plug it into a PDA or other type of handheld computer running Windows CE operating system, with suitable mapping and routing software for navigation purpose. In automotive applications, TF30-CF supports advanced tracking capabilities through fast recovery times combined with reliable operation in "urban" and areas of dense foliage.
      
  6. The Dell Axim X51v Bluetooth GPS
    Dell?s bundle is a step away from the norm, partly because it?s based on the high-end Axim X51v PDA and partly because it runs Dell?s own GPS software rather than a third-party application. The screen?s maximum brightness can?t match Mio?s super-bright A201, although with superb transflective properties it?s easily the best in bright sunlight, when you?re on foot or in the car. Besides the fast processor, you also get 256MB of ROM, and both Compact Flash and SD card slots.
      
  7. Introduction to GPS PDA
    Just so we're all on the same page here, a personal digital assistant (PDA) is one of those little hand-held computer gadgets that people are always poking with little sticks. Actually, many people find them indispensible. You can use them for a calendar, notes, calculator, mail and contacts. There's more: PDAs can become a phone, a camera, and of course, a GPS receiver.
      

     

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Posted on: March 11, 2008

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Rajendra Patel
September 21, 2011
personnal didital assistant with gps

we are interested purchasing & supply of your personnal didital assistant with gps system please give us details as soon as possible
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