Garmin announced a couple of other new gadgets filled with GPS goodness yesterday besides that new iQue M5 Pocket
PC. First up is the StreetPilot c320 (pictured at right), which features a 3.5-inch, 16-bit color touchscreen and like
the TomTom GO (and about a million freaking Japanese
in-car GPS navigators) gives you the option to get a 3D or a birds-eye view of where you're going; also comes with an
SD card slot for uploading new maps and location data (the more expensive c330 version comes pre-loaded with maps of
the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico). The MSRP on the c320 will be $749.99 when it hits stores in March.
The other new one is the Forerunner 301, a wearable GPS module that can help you not get lost when you're jogging and keep tabs on how far you've travelled and how fast you're going. Also comes with a heart rate monitor for making sure you're residing in the cardio zone.
Click for some more shots of the StreetPilot c320 and the Forerunner 301, as well as a shot of that new M5 Pocket PC.