Summary: The Mobile Crossings WP200 GPS can be a bit difficult to set up it you do not have experience with mobile devices. With a little trial and error you can figure it out. As a GPS goes the screen size is comfortable. The PDA is simular to the HP 6300 in that it has the outdated Windows mobile 2003.
Summary: If you are buying it only for GPS, this might be not the one you are looking for. Its GPS map is quite out of date, and there are accurate points of interest (POI) with the software. But for the price, it's unbeatable
Summary: I've got the WP205 with a Bluetooth GPS. The GPS couldn't communicate with the PDA after used only for 4 months. During use, the PDA got freezed frequently. Sometimes, even the SD card couldn't be read. It only support an SD card up to 1G.
It's a great entry level gps/ pocket pc on sale...
J. Tso, Amazon
5 June 2007
Summary: My first impression of the gps was that it seemed sturdy out of the package and the equipment wasn't too overwhelming but made sense. The set up was a little tricky because you had to do this update in order to get your maps uploaded.
Summary: I had WayPoint 205 for 3 months now and love it. It has great screen graphics and shows the detailed street maps, not just the simplified maps used by some other navigation systems that I looked at before I purchased.
Summary: I've been hooked on navigating GPS systems since 2004: first, my girlfriend's new TSX, with its touch screen interface and soothing [female] voice guidance; in 2005, I bought a BMW with a different sort of GPS.