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Trimble offers Juno ST GPS PDA to the mobile workforce

Evan Blass

Businesses and organizations looking to deploy location-aware handhelds to large numbers of personnel will be delighted to hear about Trimble's new Juno ST GPS / GIS PDA, which promises to be a low-cost solution that's equally at home behind a desk or in the field. Featuring a 300MHz processor running Windows Mobile 5, 'high-sensitivity' GPS receiver, WiFi, Bluetooth, and an SD slot, the 2.8-inch Juno ST claims to be especially skilled at locating a signal in so-called 'hostile environments,' and predictably works with the company's entire line of mapping and GIS software. The heralded low price has not been announced (it likely varies by volume), but you have until May to convince the boss that your team's Handspring Visors and fanny packs full of Springboard modules are getting a bit outdated.

[Via NaviGadget]

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