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palmOne today announced the GPS Navigator. The Bluetooth enabled GPS receiver is paired easily with the Tungsten T3 and Zire 72 handhelds. It provides users with satellite guide maps and directions.
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OK, Here is the Killer App for this:

TedTschopp @ 5/25/2004 11:34:54 AM #
Think about this for a second.

Devices:

1. Palm T|3
2. Blue Tooth Phone with Internet Access
3. Blue Tooth GPS

Now the Application.

A six degree's of seperation(sdos) website with a GPS location tied in. So at any one given point in time you could start the program up which access your contact list from your PDA, scans the website where your contacts are listed on the SDOS website and then places them on a Map on your GPS device.

OK, now emagine that the website / device recognizes a group of friends are all at the same place or near each other, a SMS could be sent to each of them to tell them that they are all in the same neighborhood, and ask them if they want to hang out.

Or think of this. The website / Device recognizes that you are all at the same location, and asks you where are you. You then enter the name of the location and provide a small rating. This rating and description are then tied into a city guide site which could then provide you with a list of places that friends on your SDOS contact list like.

Or think of this. You are in a new city or part of town and want to do something, well, look up where your friends of friends are hanging out or have hung out and go there.

Now granted all this requires you have each of these pieces of hardware, but think about this. It's going to be required that Cell Phones have built in GPS's in the future due to the 9/11 attack in New York. In 5 years most Cell Phone will also be GPS's and will support Bluetooth. I would also emagine that the PDA's by then will all have cell phone capabilities as well.

Anyway, enjoy the thought and the idea.

If anyone is serious about doing an application like the above let me know. I'm not that hard to find on the net.

Ted

RE: OK, Here is the Killer App for this:
Token User @ 5/25/2004 11:54:14 AM #
Now granted all this requires you have each of these pieces of hardware, but think about this. It's going to be required that Cell Phones have built in GPS's in the future due to the 9/11 attack in New York. In 5 years most Cell Phone will also be GPS's and will support Bluetooth. I would also emagine that the PDA's by then will all have cell phone capabilities as well.

I used to develop software for cellphones, and we got all excited about the GPS functionality coming through in cellphones, especially since it was based on both satellite and celltower positioning (cellphone talk to celltower, tower tell cell phone which satellites you should get a lock on - theoretically faster than scanning for satellites - and then x/y/z position fed back - very cool).

Problem is that while more cellphones are coming out with the mandatory E911 GPS location hardware, the GPS signal is not open to developers. Only the carrier can access your locaiton, and apparently there is some sort of Dept of Justice (DA??) sort of authorisation required to use this system for anything EXCEPT an emergency.

Technology is cool. I like your vision. We looked into it 3 years ago when E911 started to arrive, but until the GPS data is opened up, paranoia rule.

Petition your congressman, harrass your telco. You pay for the feature on your cellphone, you might as well be able to use it.


~ "Don't be too proud of this technological terror you've constructed." - DV ~

RE: OK, Here is the Killer App for this:
ganoe @ 5/26/2004 3:58:37 PM #
> until the GPS data is opened up, paranoia rule.

> Petition your congressman, harrass your telco. You pay for the feature
> on your cellphone, you might as well be able to use it.

The rules are there mainly to protect the consumer's privacy. In particular to prevent phone companies from capturing and selling the info.

You also have to remember that the way phone companies work, they'll want to charge you a subscription fee for what you already have. $5 a month to access the GPS feature and $10 a month for them to also not use it to location-SPAM you.

RE: OK, Here is the Killer App for this:
Nate @ 5/27/2004 12:08:42 PM #

T2 or T ?

Miles Davis @ 5/25/2004 11:52:28 AM #
Hmmm.. T3 and Zire 72, but will it work/mount with the T2 and T? I'm assuming it works better with the others because of widescreen support.... Any ideas?



RE: T2 or T ?
hkklife @ 5/25/2004 11:55:24 AM #
T1, due to its bungled BT support, limited memory, and relative forced obsolesence by Plmo themselves: almost certainly not supported.

T2: I'd say there's maybe a 40% likelihood that it is supported but I would not hold my breath. I think landscape screen support is pretty much a must-have for this product anyway.

Now for my comments on this announcement:

This is just the sort of "real" product announcement that's good to see from PalmOne (ie no junky gold-plated styli or overpriced memory cards). If they can keep one foot planted squarely on the rump of TomTom and have no mishaps occuring down the road in regards to OS6 bugs, reliable software updates (*cough*, Mapopolis, *cough*) etc, then this might end up being a sort of cult favorite for GPS devices. I always though the Garmin iQue was a little half-baked & late getting to the market.

If this Palm-branded unit is up to par, then we should be in good shape. Oh, you may ask, why is it significant for it to have the POne logo on it?
1. Distribution
2. Price competitiveness
3. Guaranteed support for the forseeable future

New drivers are still being cranked out for the original Stowaway UC keyboards. The same cannot be said of the myriad of portable Palm keyboards made by small manufacturers or even big ones that couldn't be bothered to care (Logitech etc).

RE: T2 or T ?
Georg @ 5/25/2004 12:58:20 PM #
In europe this Bundle is offered by palmOne since
3 month. It will not work with T1 or T2 because the software requires 320 x 480 screen and the power of T3

I EUrope it is offered as bundle to gether with T3 from palmOne.

Then combination, (landscapemode) is in many details better as the "highend" $2500 navigation units from Daimler Chrisler or BMW etc.

Georg

looking for a industrial stile PalmOS divice

RE: T2 or T ?
LiveFaith @ 5/25/2004 1:08:21 PM #
What good would landscape support on a Z72 square screen be?

Pat Horne; www.churchoflivingfaith.com
RE: T2 or T ?
rsc1000 @ 5/25/2004 6:00:41 PM #
>>In europe this Bundle is offered by palmOne since
3 month. It will not work with T1 or T2 because the software requires 320 x 480 screen and the power of T3

pfff - all of this crap about how the t1 and t2 aren't powerful enough or are too buggy. theres plenty of great software that works fine using BT on the t1 and t2. This support the Zire 72 which is 320 x 320 - so screen size is not the issue. If warfare inc can do seemless bt multiplayer between my T1 and T3 (with less hickups than my home LAN gaming setup) then there is no excuse for not doing correct BT com,munication between this device and a T1 or T2. If these aren't supported - the devs of the software are probably doing something using API changes in OS 5.2+, so they they dont want to go and make this work for 5.0 - whatever. But it could if they knew what they were doing.

P.S. - most of the time i far prefer my 'buggy' T1 over my beautiful, big screen T3 because the T1 is lighter, smaller, has much better d-pad for gaming, and has a longer lasting battery. With the palmOne patches for the T1, the only real problem is sound volume (that and a screwed up serial driver implementation that leads to certain compatibility issues thyat i have - fortunately - on noticed as a dev and not as a user). The OMAP is powerful enough to run any of this mapping software - provided the developers know what they are doing.

RE: T2 or T ?
just_little_me @ 5/25/2004 6:21:30 PM #
Smart ST from NAVMAN supoprts both T1 and T2, plus other Palm OS 5 devices that have a serial port (ie TC, Z71 etc).

http://www.navman.com/land/products/gps4460/index.html


JLM.

RE: T2 or T ?
justauser @ 5/25/2004 9:29:55 PM #
I must say, the comment infering T/T may not be able to run GPS is rather ignorant. GPS has been around for a while. I had a GPS app on my Palm IIIc years ago (alas no GPS receiver to go with it). I now have a bluetooth slipper for a GPS compact flash card. Works like a dream with my Tungsten T. Battery life will outlast most PDAs twice over. Mapopolis is probably the best GPS app I have run across (voice commands, vector mapping, 320x320 screen support looks great - even a free text to voice app). The problem is getting maps for Australia! Give us a break developers. We do have roads over here!

RE: T2 or T ?
hkklife @ 5/26/2004 9:33:35 AM #
I'm not saying it CANNOT run under the T|T. I am suggesting, rather, that PalmOne doesn't WANT it to run under the T|T for two reasons (one main reason, one minor):

1. Palm is concerned that the lesser screen/audio capabilities and limited RAM/heap memory might make for a more frustrating experience than on a newer Tungsten or Zire. If there were only a few mb of free system ram on the T, it cold be very cumbersome to deal with loading map data, as the Palm's single-wire SD access speed is not fast enough to load map data on the fly from the SD card.

2. The T|T is so bug-plagued and has G1 and Palm just wants to migrate everyone to a newer model so its support woes over this particular model are as minimal as possible (this being the major reason I made my prediction).

RE: T2 or T ?
justauser @ 5/26/2004 10:02:39 AM #
I wouldn’t describe my experience with the T/T as being bug plagued. I’ve found they’ve released bug fixes before I’ve even discovered the bugs. But it does seem to be the PDA (not just Palm) market trend to quickly bring out a model and release it to the world while labelling future refinements as ‘new models’ (mind you we see this in the software market as well). Without question a larger screen would be brilliant for GPS. It is a little annoying that Mapopolis consumes half the screen with routing directions – leaving only a 160x320 window. None-the-less it is quite audible in the car and seems to refresh nicely, even with bitmap based apps such as GPS Pilot’s Atlas – which is nicely priced BTW.

You’re probably right with your speculation regarding Palm’s motivation for pitching this at wide screen models. It doesn’t make me want to upgrade though. All reports indicate I’d miss T/T’s battery life. I doubt that the T3 would match the GPS receiver’s battery life. I am planning to use the GPS out of the car while walking the streets when travelling abroad so this would be an issue.


RE: T2 or T ?
hkklife @ 5/26/2004 11:15:14 AM #
Two quickie comments:

1. I suppose you didn't go through 3 T|Ts like I did, all with varying degrees of digitizer failure and/or slider woes? There's also the issue of the never-resolved-until-T3 voice memo recording lockup bug and the "less than robust" BT issues (somewhat mitigated by the T|T update patch) on the original T. It's the lack of heap memory that makes it difficult for some demanding "modern" apps & games to run on the T more than anything else, however.

2. I've had all 3 Tungsten T variants and I have to say that the T2 was the most reliable of them all. As a bonus, my battery life was the best on the T2. On the T1, I had to keep the brighrness cranked up to half or better most of the time to ensure a decent experience with the screen. For the T2, I kept it as low as possible or just a notch up the slider, so I could squeeze a good bit extra out of the battery in a busy day. T3's battery life is quite poor and demands that you underclock most of the apps to make it through a full day on the road away from an outlet.

3. If you end up not springing for this Palm-brand GPS bundle, I'd highly recommend the Magellan Meridian series. The Platinum unit seems to be the best bang for the $. They all support SD memory expansion-useful if you have an old 32mb or 64mb card you previously used on your Palm. Good battery life and pocketability too.

RE: T2 or T ?
markgm @ 5/26/2004 11:39:01 AM #
Won't work with the T ot T2 because they use an older standard? Considering Bluetooth isn't really that old and it really hasn't caught on yet, it makes one wonder what's the point of standards in the first place!

RE: T2 or T ?
just_little_me @ 5/26/2004 6:18:13 PM #
justauser said: The problem is getting maps for Australia

Navman has been selling their GPS nav product for Palm OS 5 devices since January. You can pick it up in many large elec stores such as Dick Smith Powerhouse.

It has maps for all of Australia - works great for me!! :-)


JLM.

RE: T2 or T ?
justauser @ 5/26/2004 9:56:36 PM #
Thanks for the tip, but Navman won't sell they software separately. I have a GPS receiver already. Besides, the combined Navman hardware/software deal looks a little expensive.

Wow.....

Mandroid @ 5/25/2004 12:03:08 PM #
This sounds really great..... I've been wanting some sort of GPS solution for a long time (I am personally terrible with directions, and I am usually uncomfortable driving around to areas I am not familiar with), but I've always been sort of scared off by the notion of paying $1000 or more for the latest color and voice GPS systems.

But it sounds like with this, I could spend around $600-700 for this GPS + T3 or Z72 combination, and I get both great GPS features and a full PDA.

I think this sells me on it.

-Mandroid

RE: Wow.....
Mandroid @ 5/25/2004 12:06:20 PM #
Btw, I know there's the iQue from Garmin, but it looked a little less appealing to me...... I sort of like the idea of just having this dedicated GPS unit and then being able to have a T3 or Zire72.

I guess the big question is which would be better to get. They both look really nice to me.

-Mandroid

RE: Wow.....
Georg @ 5/25/2004 1:04:27 PM #
In comparison to the palmone bundle, the Garmin is a "stonage" unit!
Georg

looking for a industrial stile PalmOS divice
RE: Wow.....
Sho-Bud @ 5/25/2004 5:56:23 PM #
Wait until you've tried the Garmin. I've used a T3 with gps and navigation software, but I'm much happier with the Garmin.

He! we were first.

gijsraggers @ 5/25/2004 12:08:41 PM #
Hehe. This combo is for sale in europe a few months now. We're still waiting for the iPod Mini.

RE: He! we were first.
ScottP @ 5/25/2004 12:33:27 PM #
Yup... that would be http://www-5.palmone.com/uk/en/products/gpspackte/index.html to save you all searching :)

Now when's that TE2 coming along...

RE: He! we were first.
ocspub @ 5/25/2004 12:38:41 PM #
Do I see a cable going from the BT receiver to the PalmOne device? Dude, this announcement is for a Bluetooth GPS package! ;-)

RE: He! we were first.
Georg @ 5/25/2004 1:06:54 PM #
Although the best BT GPS is running out of power so you need to recharge it. you are abel to charge your BT GPS while you are driving. This is always the discussion!
Palmone already has addedt a second bundle (100 euros less) to the market with just a cabel GPS.
As long as you use it only for navigation in the car its no difference to the BT GPS. If you buy the version with BT GPS you can use this navisystem for hicking or on a bicicle too. But you should know, after 6 hours without recharging the Tungsten and the BT GPS are running out of power!

Georg

looking for a industrial stile PalmOS divice

RE: He! we were first.
Georg @ 5/25/2004 1:06:54 PM #
Although the best BT GPS is running out of power so you need to recharge it. you are abel to charge your BT GPS while you are driving. This is always the discussion!
Palmone already has addedt a second bundle (100 euros less) to the market with just a cabel GPS.
As long as you use it only for navigation in the car its no difference to the BT GPS. If you buy the version with BT GPS you can use this navisystem for hicking or on a bicicle too. But you should know, after 6 hours without recharging the Tungsten and the BT GPS are running out of power!

Georg

looking for a industrial stile PalmOS divice

RE: He! we were first.
rei_vilo @ 5/26/2004 12:29:00 PM #
In France, there is a bundle proposed by kirrio (www.kirrio.com) with BT GPS and strongly backed by PalmOne France. The software MapSonic comes from ViaMichelin (www.viamichelin.com) and performs well (see http://www.shop.viamichelin.fr/csasp_editorial.asp?id=92 in French).


--- rei_vilo

What's the big deal?

Scott R @ 5/25/2004 1:09:00 PM #
I guess I'm the only one so far who isn't terribly impressed by this? $300 for a Bluetooth GPS and software isn't a bad deal, but it's not anything spectacular, either. I believe some of the older Bluetooth GPS models are going for around $150 online now and you can add Mapopolis for about $100. What's this TomTom software go for separately? And all that for software/hardware that may be somehow tied to these palmOne devices? So if I upgrade to a different PDA later it won't work with it?

Regarding the earlier comment about why the T2 isn't supported (because it needs 480x320), that can't be true because this press release specifically mentions the Zire 72. Personally, I don't think high-res is needed for most users' needs. Much more important IMO is voice navigation. When I'm driving with my GPS, I don't want to have to look at it. I much prefer having it tell me when to turn via voice prompts.

Scott

http://Tapland.com
- Tapwave Zodiac News, Reviews, & Discussion -

RE: What's the big deal?
Konstantin @ 5/25/2004 7:07:46 PM #
I agree. There is this Blue Logger GPS device $150 on lowest price/bundle.

Also I wonder if this Palm BT GPS will be for car only use or standalone as well.

RE: What's the big deal?
Hal2000 @ 5/25/2004 8:32:46 PM #
So Scott, Anybody, will this work with the Zodiac or what? I'm tempted to buy it just in case. Maybe return it if it doesn't work. I loved playing with the mapopolis demo........

Zodiac2/T616
1.128 gigs under the hood.
RE: What's the big deal?
Scott R @ 5/26/2004 11:01:34 AM #
Hal, are you asking if this TomTom Bluetooth hardware/software package will work on the Zodiac? I don't know. The software looks much slicker than Mapopolis. Too bad they don't have a trial available for download. In fact, they don't even sell the Palm OS software by itself.

For other Bluetooth GPS hardware, I should think that any of those should work happily with Mapopolis.

BTW, news of this TomTom bundle inspired me to write an article at Tapland yesterday highlighting a couple of $150 Bluetooth GPS devices, so you may be interested in reading that.

Scott

http://Tapland.com
- Tapwave Zodiac News, Reviews, & Discussion -

RE: What's the big deal?
dona83 @ 5/26/2004 2:16:03 PM #
What I'm thinking is why spend $350 for a BT model if the UC model goes for $250, other than the fact that the BT model is compat w/ devices w/ no UC.

Mapopolis sucks, it keeps on making me drive on side streets for the shortest route (at least in Vancouver), it doesn't recognize main and arterial streets.

Donald

RE: What's the big deal?
Scott R @ 5/26/2004 4:44:08 PM #
"What I'm thinking is why spend $350 for a BT model if the UC model goes for $250, other than the fact that the BT model is compat w/ devices w/ no UC."

If you don't mind a mouse-style GPS, you might even want to see if you can find one of those Radio Shack DigiTravelers. I picked mine up for around $30. I use Mapopolis with my PPC since there's no compatible cable for the Zodiac (yet), but it does come with a Palm UC connector.

Scott

http://Tapland.com
- Tapwave Zodiac News, Reviews, & Discussion -

How is this different?

enry @ 5/25/2004 1:28:29 PM #
http://tinyurl.com/28tfd

There's a BT GPS from TomTom already that sells for $50 more, and it's available now.

RE: How is this different?
kencva @ 5/25/2004 2:40:17 PM #
Good question. I've being used the TomTom software and GPS with the T3 for several months now, and I'm pretty happy with it.

Info on the TomTom Navigator mapping software

sahild @ 5/25/2004 2:30:13 PM #
I have been looking for a Bluetooth GPS solution for awhile. What I found is that beside the GPS device you need to look at the mapping software as well.
Three of the packages How is the TomTom software?
1. Can you use maps from the external memory card
2. Can you plan mutli-state routes easily?
3. I know that Mapopolis' Navigator software allows you to load a summary highway map for the entire country and then add in detail maps for begining, ending, and intermediate destinations. Does the TomTom software work the same way or do I have to load a new map each time I cross into an area?


Looks Klunky

Gekko @ 5/26/2004 12:09:29 AM #
I have a '04 Lexus with the built-in Navigation Package and let me tell you it is beyond friggin awesome. There are significant advantages to a built-in NAV system. This thing looks so klunky. My advice is save then spend your GPS dollars on a built-in unit when you buy your next car - not this. 99% of the time most normal people will need/ use GPS in the car.


Enhanced Navigation System
The optional Lexus Navigation System for the ES 330 has been improved for 2004. As before, the system uses a DVD for map storage, containing the contiguous United States, plus major cities in Canada, on one disc. This system includes multi-language selection and very fast route calculation (about five seconds). The revised system features better, easier-to-understand graphics, a larger point of interest (POI) database and new convenience functions.

New map modes show freeway exit information, an intersection guide, upcoming exits (a benefit if the driver passes an intended exit), points of interest at the exits and a compass.

The DVD map database now contains more than five million points of interest (POI), compared to two million before. The database for Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and New York features new "building footprint" graphics, which shows a 3D rendering of the building in its location. This feature can be useful for identifying buildings and their surroundings. As before, system functions include multi-route calculation, route preview, simplified highway junction graphics, and a dual-map screen mode. The navigation system comes with a center-console mounted six-disc CD auto-changer as well as a single-disc player in the dash.

http://www.lexus.com/about/press_releases/popups/2003/pr_08_26_a.html



RE: Looks Klunky
hkklife @ 5/26/2004 9:37:49 AM #
Semi-off-topic rant:
My personal dream for the "ultimate" semi-portable GPS unit seems like it'll never materialize.

Take a small tablet-style portable DVD movie player. Integrate a bigger battery and a flip-up antenna onto the body. Have the unit function as an audio-centric navigation aid. It would direct you with voice commands via its own speakers, or piped through the car stereo by a tape adapter or built-in FM transmitter (like the newer MP3 players) The unit can be placed on the passenger seat or used by a passenger if one is in the car. I supppose a workable windshield/dash mount could be cobbled together to permit the driver to glance at the screen while driving. After you get to your destination at night, untether the thing, take it into your hotel room, and use it to watch movies on. The storage woes of high-priced CF/SD cards is lessened by using a DVD-drive. An optional model could have a CF slot for sticking a microdrive or large CF in for downloaded street-level details. If someone like Panasonic or Sony could come up with sucha device...wow! I wouldn't trust Audiovox or a similar manufacturer's build quality for something that'd be hauled around like this one.

Potential caveats: Screen couldn't be any larger than 5" or 7" in all likelihood, if the unit is to be detatchable to its dash mount. Price would be in low-end laptop territory. Not being a clamshell design, some sort of slipper case or sleeve would be needed to protect the screen.

TomTom

JonathanChoo @ 5/26/2004 2:57:20 PM #
TomTom is moving their navigation applications to an OS independant engine. The TomTom Navigator for T3 released a few months back had this new engine as does the new TomTom Go. Soon, the next version of navigator for PocketPC will be built with this engine. Anyway, with an OS independant engine, TomTom would be able to release the next versions of navigator easily for use in multiple platforms.

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Do You Need a Car?

EricHC @ 5/26/2004 3:39:32 PM #
I am a New Yorker, and although I would love to have this for the 1-2 times a months I am in a Car and trying to navigate the Expressways in and out of the City, I would also like it for when I am walking around (which is 90% of how I get around here in NYC, that and Biking). I would love a BlueTooth Set up like this because I would be able to leave the BT GPS module in my bag and only have the Palm in my hand (or on the handle bars).

Can someone with the existing TomTom BT Setup tell us if you can use it without a power source? How long does the battery last if it has one?

I think for Biking/Hiking/ and so on this would be worth every penny since I would be able to just stash my GPS where-ever and only worry about having my T|3 handy. But again, only if it can work without a power source...

Eric Hausmerman Carroll
a.k.a. EricHC

Go See Gangs of New York and make my Boss and I some money!

http://homepage.mac.com/erichc/PhotoAlbum21.html

RE: Do You Need a Car?
just_little_me @ 5/26/2004 6:21:53 PM #
I've used my Navman gear on my mountain bike a few times - the GPS battery lasts a lot longer than the T3! But I was still able to get a couple of hours of intermittant use. I'm gonna try jury-rig a dynamo powered T3 charger!

The Navman GPS comes with an arm-strap - so I then simply put the T3 in my pocket and listened to the audio output - worked great!! Of course you could mount the T3 on handlebars, but I was scared it would bounce off :-)


JLM.

RE: Do You Need a Car?
Hal2000 @ 5/26/2004 9:04:32 PM #
I had a blue Garmin unit with a small backlit screen.
Ate AA's like crazy. Would not work in NYC because of the tall buildings. Great elsewhere though. Sure, having a 04 Lexus is better, but that 2" screen somehow had me in some kind of traffic induced techie trance.

Zodiac2/T616
1.128 gigs under the hood.
RE: Do You Need a Car?
EricHC @ 5/28/2004 5:07:30 PM #
Good to Know GUys,

Thanks

Eric Hausmerman Carroll
a.k.a. EricHC

Been doing this for 5 months already

ebrough @ 5/29/2004 1:01:33 AM #
I don't understand why this is a new thing. I have had a Delorme Bluetooth Wireless Earthmate GPS PowerPack since December and it works great with my T2. Plus I can use the Earthmate with my laptop. The Street Atlas USA Handheld software works great. So if anyone is looking for GPS for the T2 check out www.delorme.com, especially if you already have an Earthmate.



WANT THIS ITEM

ALEXRX @ 6/27/2004 2:33:51 PM #
THERE DOESNT SEEM TO BE A WAY TO USE A CLIE WITH A GPS
UNIT -- HELP ME HERE THE MODEL I OWN PEG NX73V HAS A MEMORY STICK AND CF SLOT

WHAT OPTIONS DO WE HAVE??
BLUETOTJ OR CABLE ??

HOW CAN I PURCHASE THIS GPS UNIT??


PALM GPS

ALEXRX @ 6/27/2004 2:41:07 PM #
WILL THE NEW PALM GPS WORK WITH SONY CLIE NX73V??

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