/>
X

Mitac Mio 558

Mitac is beginning to set itself up as quite a player in the Pocket PC area. It has two existing products under its Mio brand, the <A href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/hardware/handhelds/0,39023880,10003117,00.htm">338</A> and <A href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/hardware/handhelds/0,39023880,39118201,00.htm">339</A> at the lower end of the price scale, and two new products: the Mio 558, reviewed here, and the Mio 168 (the first Pocket PC to include a GPS receiver), which we will review shortly. The Mio 558 is a well-specified business-orientated handheld, sold at an attractive price (£344.99 inc. VAT) by <A href="http://www.lowestonweb.com/index.asp?e=&td=1">Evesham</A>, among others.
|
sandra-vogel.jpg
|
Topic: Mobility
1 of 2 Sandra Vogel/ZDNet
2 of 2 Sandra Vogel/ZDNet

Related Galleries

Sony Xperia Pro-I review: in pictures
sony-xperia-pro-i-1.jpg

Related Galleries

Sony Xperia Pro-I review: in pictures

12 Photos
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G review: in pics
samsung-galaxy-s21-fe-7.jpg

Related Galleries

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G review: in pics

9 Photos
Shokz OpenRun Pro review: in pictures
shokz-openrun-pro-13.jpg

Related Galleries

Shokz OpenRun Pro review: in pictures

8 Photos
Garmin Vivomove Sport review: in pictures
garmin-vivomove-sport-2.jpg

Related Galleries

Garmin Vivomove Sport review: in pictures

8 Photos
Garmin Venu 2 Plus review: in pictures
garmin-venu-2-plus-3.jpg

Related Galleries

Garmin Venu 2 Plus review: in pictures

7 Photos
Insta360 One X2 camera review: in pictures
insta360-one-x2-camera-1.jpg

Related Galleries

Insta360 One X2 camera review: in pictures

14 Photos
Moto Watch 100 review: in pictures
moto-watch-100-2.jpg

Related Galleries

Moto Watch 100 review: in pictures

12 Photos