Keeping things rolling is the all new (but totally known) Colorado lineup, which will indeed consist of the four models that were hinted at earlier. As for the Colorado 300, it'll feature "a worldwide basemap with shaded relief," while the 400t caters to hikers needing "3D elevation perspective and US topographic maps." As for the 400i, it'll provide anglers with "shoreline details, depth contours and boat ramps for US inland lakes and navigable rivers," while the 400c acts as one's "coastal companion, providing chart coverage for the coastal US and Bahamas."
The only real surprise in the bunch is the Garmin Mobile PC, which is being dubbed "a navigation package that turns laptops and other mobile PCs into powerful navigators." Essentially, this critter isn't much more than a vanilla USB GPS dongle until you check out the software, which gives lappies the same interface already found on the nüvi / StreetPilot. The software alone will run consumers $59.99, while the GPS 20x bundle will add an additional $40 when it lands in April. Enough chatter -- check out the bevy of pics in the gallery!