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Mitac Mio 168

Mitac’s Mio 168 is a first for the Pocket PC platform, because it has an integrated GPS receiver. It's not the first handheld of any flavour to take this approach -- that accolade goes to Garmin’s <A href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/hardware/handhelds/0,39023880,10005585,00.htm">iQue 3600</A>, which runs Palm OS and specialist navigation software from Garmin itself. Mitac’s Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC-based Mio 168 uses <A href="http://www.alk.com">ALK’s</A> CoPilot Live navigation software, which is also available as a standalone product for notebooks and Pocket PC handhelds. The Mio 168 is sold by <A href="http://www.lowestonweb.com">Evesham</A>, among others.
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