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Asus MyPal A632 Navigation with PMP and PDA approved by FCC

The Asus MyPal A632 has been approved by the FCC for use in the U.S. It’s a personal mobile GPS navigator that also features a portable multimedia player and a PDA. The GPS system is made more effective by a unique swivel antenna which lets you adjust the angle for better reception. You can also use the screen in either portrait or landscape view, so you can choose which works best for the maps you need to view.

The PMP uses the 3.5 inch TFT LCD touch screen and Windows Media Player 10 for movie playback or music enjoyment. The PDA employs Windows Mobile 5.0 to allow you to use Microsoft Office and the works. It has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for data processing and synchronization with your PC.

The device has dual card capabilities, supporting both SD cards and miniSD cards for storage or data transfer. It has 128MB of onboard Flash memory and 64MB of SDRAM. No word yet on price or availability.

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