Mobile Crossing WayPoint 100 Review

Posted on 2005-11-27 01:55:12 by LSDsmurf

Designed to double as a GPS navigator and a PDA, the WayPoint 100 is priced about $100 cheaper than competitors like the Garmin iQue M5. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the GPS receiver isn’t built in, there’s no Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and map cards cost $69 extra. The WayPoint 100 is an unassuming Pocket PC. It runs Windows Mobile 2003 and comes with 224MB of RAM (with about 30MB available the first time you turn it on).. Read on over at's full evaluation to learn more about this PDA navigation system.

Link: Laptop Magazine

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