Delphi's got a new GPS handheld that further blurs the line between navigation systems and PMPs, even if its naming scheme isn't quite keeping up with its feature set. The NAV200 looks to be suitably small unit, based on Windows CE, with a 400MHz processor, SIRFstart III GPS chipset, 3.5-inch touchscreen, and a 1.5 GB SD card preloaded with NAVTEQ maps of the U.S. and Canada. And while the aforementioned PMP functions are certainly there, they're unfortunately a bit on the weak side in terms of format support, with just MP3 and WAV for audio and AVI for video (it'll also handle JPG, GIF, and PNG images). If that suits your needs, you'll be able to snag one of these sometime next month for $349.

[Via I4U News]

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