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Delphi, a familiar face when it comes to GPS navigation systems, is readying a followup to last year's touchscreen based NAV200, aptly named the NAV300. The specs don't deviate wildly from the older model, keeping the 400MHz processor, SiRFstar III GPS receiver and SD memory card options pretty muc

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June 22, 2007 at 1:13PM
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As gadgets of all types slim down with time, the GPS market is seeing an increased flurry of shirt-pocket navigation units like Delphi's NAV200. The company's first effort at producing a PMP / NAV hybrid was a bit of a mixed bag according to PC Magazine, but still offered a respectable amount of fe

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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 touch

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