It looks like Mio has a couple of new GPS-heavy PDAs in the works, with its new P360 and P560 models apparently set to replace the company's previous P350 and P550 units. While complete specs are still a little light, the biggest news here appears to be the addition of WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0, both of which were sorely lacking on the previous models. Otherwise, the devices have a slightly more streamlined design than before, along with an SD/MMC slot for expansion, a built-in microphone, and an embedded GPS antenna, with Windows Mobile 6 serving as the operating system. No word on pricing or availability, though the previous gen models started at €269 (or $366 at the current exchange rate).

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