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Fujitsu Pocket Loox N100 reviewed


It's been a little while since we've heard much about Fujitsu-Siemen's lightweight Pocket Loox N100 GPS/PDA combo, but thankfully the folks at have come through and quenched our curiosity with a fairly thorough review of the device. The N100's vitals, if you need a refresher, include Windows CE 5.0 Core Version as the OS, a 2.8-inch TFT, 300MHz processor, SiRFstar III chipset, 64MB RAM, and an included 1GB microSD card -- all in a slight 2.4 x 3.5 x 0.6-inch package weighing just under four ounces. As for how it all comes together, Lordpercy came away mightily impressed with the device, praising its slimline design and, most importantly, its accurate GPS system, which managed to guide them through the streets of London without any trouble. They were also digging its capable audio player -- with support for MP3, WMA and AAC files -- along with the unit's decent battery life, which clocked in at just around four hours. For those less concerned with productivity, you'll be please to know that the Loox also comes pre-loaded with versions of Pac-Man and other retro games -- which we're sure will be the tipping point for more than a few of you.

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