Bluetooth GPS receiver for PDA use

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  1. Quick Silver

    Quick Silver Charging...

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    I'm looking for a good Bluetooth GPS receiver + mapping program to use w/the Dell x51v,

    any personal experiences and/or recomendations?

    or maybe a good site to read more about this? :)

    so far I've narowed down the software to TomTom 5, iGuidance & ONC5 (OnCourse navigator 5)

    but i'm clueless as of waht reciever to use :hs:
     
  2. DSMTuning

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    i have a belkin gps... works great actually the nav software isnt too shabby either... from what i've heard of the tomtom software is the best
     
  3. caribou

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    Every time I come across this topic it seems that TomTom is what people say. I have a TomTom GO 300 and it is great so I can only assume that the handheld software is good as well. The Navigator 5 comes with the navigation software and the GPS all together and will work with your Dell. Good luck.
     
  4. j_nx

    j_nx master of the universe!

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    i use the pharos igps-360 receiver. and the mapopolis software. works great.
     

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