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Dell accessories for Pocket PC: Bluetooth GPS and Keyboard
Posted on 22-Jul-2004 22:14 | Tags Filed under: News


Dell accessories for Pocket PC: Bluetooth GPS and Keyboard
Dell has introduced two new accessories for the Dell Axim X30 Pocket PC: the Dell GPS navigation system ($249) and the Dell executive keyboard ($99), both with Bluetooth wireless technology.

The Dell GPS system transforms the Dell handheld into a wireless navigation system with voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions and graphic instructions. Featuring NAVTEQ maps of North America, the Dell GPS navigation system also describes one-way streets, turn restrictions and speed limits as well as convenient points of interest such as area ATMs, gas stations, parking facilities and restaurants.

The Dell Axim executive keyboard is a full-size QWERTY keyboard and is optimized for serious use of text-based applications such as taking notes or answering e-mail while connected to a WiFi network. When not in use, the portable keyboard folds into a compact package about the size of a passport wallet. The innovative Stowaway keyboard also comes with a detachable stand to hold the Axim X30, allowing either landscape or portrait orientation. This is a rebranded version of the Think Outside Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard (read our review).

Dell Bluetooth GPS
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