Archived from groups: comp.sys.palmtops (More info?)
Alvin <email@example.com> wrote in news:Xns95C0E6D3E6065Dane@220.127.116.11:
> Hi: anyone familiar with GPS on tungsten E palm, please give me an update.
> what gps to use?
> what map software (US)?
> how about the memory requirements?
Kirrio is the only manufacturer who has a GPS that works with the T|E, and
doesn't sell in the US, AFAIK. The Tungsten E has no serial port, and is a
USB slave, so the USB port is useless for most things. The Kirrio has USB
master circuitry, supposedly, so it works with the T|E. On the Kirrio
website is a USB to Serial adapter, which supposedly makes the T|E and Zire
72 work with serial devices such as GPS, but there are no details, no price,
and no way to buy it. If this thing works, then theoretically any GPS could
be used, and thus any software. Mapopolis is the main mapping software
vendor for Palm OS for the US.