Many moons ago (about two years), we awarded theour 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.