While we were at FCC we thought we’d also look around for other GPS embedded devices. And luckily we came across this MiTAC’s (aka Getac) new device called PS535F. Looking at some internal pics we quickly pickup that it will contain a GPS, WLAN, and a Bluetooth antenna.

It may look quite ugly but keep in mind this is a rugged Windows Mobile handset, possibly designed for technicians out in the field.

We also came across the user manual (pdf) which reveal that this handheld device will contain RF antenna, Wi-Fi, touch screen, a stylus, external speaker, SD/MMC slot, standard headphone jack, and a mini USB connector.

We’re not sure what kind of GPS software will be available for the device but we know at least it will come with TacLink which will provide a user interface while getting a position fix from satellites.

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