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Fujitsu-Siemens has quite a number of GPS-enabled Pocket PC devices already. But thatís not all yet. The joint company is now reported to be working on a handheld specifically designed for navigation purposes.

According to firstloox.org, the upcoming Pocket Loox N100 will feature an integrated SirFStar III GPS chipset and up to 4 GB of flash storage for maps and POI data. Powered by Windows Mobile 5.0, it will feature a 2.8-inch color QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT screen, SDIO expansion, and USB 2.0 Host capability.

The novelty is reported to come bundled with Navigon MobileNavigator 6 mapping software.

It will measure 90 x 60 x 15mm, and weigh 70g.

Slated for release in the second quarter of this year, it is likely to cost Ä299
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