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.
Garmin?s Forerunner 301
Garmin?s StreetPilot c320
Garmin Forerunner 301
Garmin?s iQue M5 Pocket PC in landscape mode
Garmin?s iQue M5 Pocket PC in portrait mode
Garmin?s iQue M5 Pocket PC with its GPS antenna unfolded