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Garmin GPS 10 for Palm


Garmin today released new GPS software which runs on the Palm operating system and is designed for PDAs and smartphones. The Garmin GPS 10 package is Palm software, and a bluetooth GPS antenna. The deluxe software package includes MapSource City Navigator software and selected POIs can dial phone numbers on your smartphone.

“Palm OS-based products, such as the Treo 650, are renowned for their robust and feature-rich applications, and adding Garmin’s GPS navigation expands this portfolio of applications,” said Gary Kelley, Garmin’s vice president of marketing. “The GPS 10 gives Palm customers with Bluetooth enabled devices a cost-effective way to integrate turn-by-turn GPS navigation with electronic devices they already own and are familiar with.

The software will sell for about $250.

One Response

  1. Previous comments about the Palm GPS (using Palm cradle/GPS and TomTom software) are correct. I have experienced the exact same problems. Very slow startup and sometimes no startup till the power is recycled multiple times. Also, at complex interchanges it is sometimes impossible to follow the track for a specific exit/entrance while driving on an Interstate.

    David - August 3rd, 2008

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