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Garmin shows off revamped iQue model

Garmin shows off revamped iQue model

Many moons ago (about two years), we awarded the Garmin iQue 3600 our Editors' Choice award for its innovation of successfully combining GPS functionality into a PDA form factor. Now, the company has added to the iQue lineup with a restyled and more affordable PDA/GPS solution: the Garmin iQue 3000. The device runs on Palm OS 5 and has 32MB of RAM and 32MB of ROM with a MicroSD card expansion slot and a 3-inch, 320x320-pixel display; plus, it's powered by a 200MHz processor. For navigation tools, the iQue 3000 features a "where to" or a "view maps" interface and comes with standard guidance tools, such as automatic rerouting, estimated time of arrival, 6 million points of interest, and door-to-door directions. You can also navigate directly to a specific address from your address book. The Garmin iQue 3000 is expected to ship in February for a reasonable $399.

Garmin iQue 3000