Mitac launches Mio 169 PocketPC with built-in GPS

Posted on Saturday, June 11 2005 @ 5:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
BargainPDA saw the Mitac Mio 169 PDA with built-in GPS module running at Computex last week. It's the successor to the Mio 168 and it's currently shipping in Taiwan. Soon the Mio 169 will be launched in Europe, and eventually it might make it to the US.

The 169 uses the Windows Mobile OS in landscape mode.

  • Intel PXA-255 400MHz Processor
  • 32MB Flash ROM, 64MB RAM
  • 3.5" TFT display, 240 x 320 pixels
  • USB connectivity
  • Infrared
  • Dimensions: 125.6 mm x 79.5 mm x 24.2 mm (4.94 in x 3.13 in x .94 in) (l x w x h)
  • Weight: 172.35 grams (6.07 ounces)
  • Windows Mobile 2003 SE OS
  • Integrated GPS using SiRF Star III GPS module
Check out BargainPDA for some pictures of this new device from Mitac.

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