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    Sdio Gps

    Has anyone used an SDIO GPS unit successfully with the 650? I just ran across the GlobalSat SD-502 and it looks interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tivolutionist
    Has anyone used an SDIO GPS unit successfully with the 650? I just ran across the GlobalSat SD-502 and it looks interesting.
    The Globalsat SD GPS: Small, Sensitive, and Functional. 512 MB Storage Space Built-in.

    The SD-502 is the next generation GPS with memory device that offers a combination of storage capacity and nagivation all-in-one feature about the size of a postage stamp. Its 512MB of built-in memory also allows for tracking signals and storing large map data according to the mapping software usage. With the cutting edge SiRF Star III chipset, this receiver has provided higher sensitivity, lower power usage and more rapid time-to-fix! GPS mapping software sold separately.

    Features:
    • SiRF Star III high performance and low power consumption chipset
    • Built-in high sensitivity GPS antenna
    • LED to show GPS fix or not fix
    • Built-in super capacitor to reserve system data for rapid satellite acquisition
    • SDIO interface
    • Operating platform: Pocket PC 2003, Win CE.Net, WM2003
    • Based on Bsquare SDIO Now!
    • Built-in memory size: 512 MB

    Note: The SD-502 DOES NOT support PalmOS, Mac 8/9/OSX, or Windows 95/NT/98/ME/2000/XP. It also does NOT work in integrated phone/PDA's such as the O2 XDA II/IIs/IIm/Mini/Mini S/Exec or i-mate PDA2/PDA2K/JAM/k-JAM/JASJAR. We recommend this unit only for use in standalone PDA's running PocketPC 2003 or Windows Mobile 2003.

    http://www.expansys.com/product.asp?code=127375

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