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Japanese company offers new SDIO SDGPS for Pocket PC
Posted on 28-Nov-2003 21:07 | Filed under: News

Japanese company offers new SDIO SDGPS for Pocket PC
The SDGPS for Pocket PC works with SDIO enabled Pocket PCs running Pocket PC OS 2002 or Windows Mobile 2003. The company's web site lists the product as compatible with iPAQ H1937, H2210, H3950, H3970, H5450 and H5550. For the H39xx and H5450 the SDIO patch is required (or the upgrade for Windows Mobile 2003). SDIO Now! from BSQUARE is the technology used in this product.

The product also works with Windows CE .NET devices, like the NTT DoCoMo Sigmarion III.

As part of the package the company supplies the Pocket Mapple Digital map software. The product costs 27,500 YENS (US$ 250).


More information: http://www.iodata.jp/prod/multimedia/gps/2003...
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