July 26, 2006

Garmin GPS 10X - Bluetooth GPS Receiver

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Garmin's new Bluetooth GPS receiver, the Mobile GPS 10x just got approved by the FCC. Add this to the set of Bluetooth receivers on the market that can hook up to your laptop or PDA while traveling to give you directions. The manual draft says that the included CD has software for Windows Mobile and Palm OS devices. The unit weighs in at 80grams, and has a rechargeable battery on board that will last up to 12 hours. The GPS 10x measures 1.77" (W) x 0.75" (H) x 3.46" (D), and it is not waterproof. As part of the "x" designation, this would most likely have the SiRF star III chipset.

Via MobileWhack

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Posted by Scott Martin at July 26, 2006 8:31 AM

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