Typhoon MyGuide 3500 mobile Reviews
Product Type: Typhoon Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID 99550 / TYPHOON MyGuide 3500 mobile - Windows Mobile 2003 300 MHz - RAM: 64 MB - ROM: 32 MB - SD Memory Card 3.5" TFT - IrDA - GPS / The worlds first Windows Pocket PC with integrated GPS antenna. Complete with the industry leading Falk Navigator 2004 software, the ... more
Typhoon MyGuide 3500 mobile ... TYPHOON MyGuide 3500 mobile is the perfect communications-enabled navigation system that allows you to access a variety of real-time content including vehicle location.
Just input a postcode, house number, street name, or pinpoint a place on the map and the Falk Navigator 2004 software will take you there safely, easily and efficiently, providing detailed voice instructions all the way. Falk Navigator 2004 provides all of the relevant information needed to make intelligent decisions on the road, whether it's how to avoid a traffic jam when running late or the new location for your meeting that start in ten minutes.
Newest Review: ... the time and is low-end now. THe GPS unit is by SiRF and while it's a couple of generations old it still does a god job. On ... more
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Customer Typhoon MyGuide 3500 mobile Reviews (2)
by Max - written on 15/10/08
There's no sound cooming from my device. Before a week something mumbled and completely dissapeared once and for all... Now using of igo navigation soft is a disaster.
by Qriz B - written on 16/07/08
This is a rebadged Mitac Mio 168 (also sold as a Medion MDPPC150, Navman PIN 300, MicroMaxx 150, etc). Back in 2005 this was one of the first Windows PDAs with a built-in GPS, so the hardware is a bit datd but works beautifully. There's no Bluetooth or Wifi, but there's an infra-red port and a USB sync cable plus a MMC/SD card slot (which is claimed to be SDIO capable). The 300MHz processor was mid-range at the time and is low-end now. THe GPS unit is by SiRF and while it's a couple of generations old it still does a god job. On the other hand, the navigator software is of variable quality. I find Medion Navigator to be good, Mitac's MioMap less so - and from ... Read the complete review