Popular Mitac Articles for 2005
Last week at Computex in Taipei Mitac had it's two new GPS devices, the Mio 169 Pocket PC and GPS integrated device and the Mio Digiwalker 269 pure GPS device.[...]
The Mio168RS is one of the few Pocket PCs to include a built-in GPS receiver. Unlike its predecessor, this latest device from MiTAC runs Windows Mobile 2003 SE.
The Bluetooth Qualification Program has given its approval for MiTAC to release its first Bluetooth-enabled Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver.
MiTAC has given the world a glimpse its first GPS-enabled cellular-wireless handheld, which it calls the Mio A701.
Some new details have surfaced on MiTAC's next GPS-enabled Pocket PC.
MiTAC has unveiled the Mio A201, its latest GPS-enabled Pocket PC.
Mitac is close to releasing a follow-up to their integrated GPS Windows Mobile PDA. The Mio 169 is close in name to the Mio 168. Turns out, it's close in[...]
The PDA space has condensed a tremendous deal over the past year. If you're not palmOne, HP or Dell, you're a niche player. Mitac International is trying to make more[...]