mobile crossing waypoint 200

MobileCrossing finally started shipping the WayPoint 200, a "new" Pocket PC-powered GPS handheld they first announced way back in November of last year. Unlike the Garmin iQue M3, Mitac's Mio169, or HP's iPAQ hw6515 (among others), the WayPoint doesn't actually come with built-in GPS, all that nav goodness comes courtesy of a Bluetooth GPS receiver which they include in the box. Otherwise the WayPoint 200 is pretty run of the mill: it has a 400MHz processor, a 3.5-inch, 320 x 240 pixel LCD screen, 64MB of ROM, CompactFlash and SD expansion card slots. Comes pre-loaded with maps and navigation software and includes a free 1 year subscription to traffic and weather data.

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