We first heard it was coming back in January and sho'nuff, Fujitsu-Siemens just went live with their new LOOX N100 series of pocket GPS navigators. These SiRFstar III devices run WinCE 5.0 on their 300MHz Samsung MCP3 processor and include 64MB RAM with miniSD expansion, a 2.8-inch QVGA (240 x 320) 64k color touchscreen display, MP3/WMA/AAC music playback, and NAVIGON MobileNavigator 6 navigation software all in a 0.02-pound lightweight device. The N110 also packs in an addition 2GB of flash while the N100 ekes out 128MB. We still don't have a price or ship date but it can't be long now.

[Via FirstLoox]

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