well known for their GPS receivers
and GPS-enabled PDAs, added a GPS
Pocket PC to their lineup in 2005, the Garmin iQue M3.
Garmin iQue M3 was one of the first Windows Mobile Pocket PCs to offer
an onboard GPS receiver (see also MiTAC
Mio 168). Other
features include a 312MHz XScale processor, Windows
Mobile 2003 SE, and 64MB of RAM.
The M3 does not have a VGA display, but does
have a 3.5" QVGA screen capable of displaying
over 65,000 colors.
With a built-in map of major highways in North
and South America, the iQue M3 ships with a
CD-ROM containing detailed street maps which
can be transferred to the M3 for any particular
integrated Secure Digital slot allows for additional
memory for large amounts of map data storage
or SDIO peripherals.