Garmin has just announced its latest Palm-powered GPS handheld, the iQue 3000 (which is a bit of a surprise since their last few PDAs have run Windows Mobile). The device integrates GPS functions with various Palm apps, which means you can do stuff like find the quickest route to people in your address book.  There don't appear to be any actual photos of the unit available yet, but we do know it measures 4.7 inches tall, 2.8 inches wide, and 0.7 inches thick, and weighs about 5.2 ounces.  Specs include a 200MHz processor, 320 x 320 pixel LCD screen, 32MB RAM with a microSD card for expansion, and Palm OS 5 on the software side. It does not, however, have built-in WiFi or Bluetooth (we know, we know).  Price should be around $400 when it debuts next month.

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