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I recently got an HTC Touch windows mobile pda device.It can be used with an external gps I need some recommendations on which one I should buy, what do you guys recommend...



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fringo
04/23/2008
02:41:18 AM

Any Bluetooth GPS will do. I use the BT-335 its a pretty cool device works fine...
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djisc
04/23/2008
02:43:06 AM

What abt the maps And software, is the GPS receiver compatible with any maps in the market?
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fringo
04/23/2008
02:44:21 AM

Well most of the map/Software packages are compatible with the OS that runs on HTC
Touch, but you should check for sure....
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dcom
04/23/2008
02:45:27 AM

Hi der well wanted to know how does the BT-335 perform while at walking speeds using the HTC Touch?
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fringo
04/23/2008
02:46:08 AM

Well Bluetooth connecting won't be a problem. The only problem is Slow speed GPS
performance, but with a good view of the sky it should be fine...
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corkydude
09/28/2008
12:28:06 PM

Dcom and fringo: Just don't forget to bring along your bluetooth gps with you. Blue skies or not, it won't work for sure. :)
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