Garmin iQue 3600 Review
GPSdepot has a review of the Garmin iQue 3600 GPS. The iQue 3600 is a Palm (version 5) based PDA built by Garmin that supports all of the traditional PDA features mixed with a GPS. In a way this is much like my current setup which I will be writing about soon. I now have one small device that serves as my PDA, cellular phone, and GPS.
When you are out in the open — GPS won’t work indoors or in a dense forest since the satellite signal can’t get to you — the iQue picks up both GPS and WAAS signals and, in less than a minute, tell you your early coordinates. Coupled with a mapping program (a very basic one is included), the iQue will tell you where on earth you are, accurate to about 10 feet! For a first-time GPS user like me, the result simply blows me away. Obviously if you don’t travel a lot, or live in a big city like New York, GPS is of very little use. But for the road warrior as well as fancy gadget lover (I’m the latter), this is a must-have.