Quick Take: The Garmin iQue M5 is one of the best PDA/GPS combos we've seen to date, but unfortunately, it's also one of the most expensive handhelds out there. Now, Garmin has released a step-down model, the iQue M3, which features the same great mapping software and navigation tools for a more reasonable price of $500. Unlike the M5, this Pocket PC doesn't have integrated Bluetooth, but it has an SDIO expansion slot so that you can add wireless connectivity. The M3 also comes with 32MB of ROM, 64MB of RAM, a 312MHz Intel processor, and Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition. For more information on the Garmin iQue M3, read our review of the Garmin iQue M5.
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