Summary: Beware when you buy this product, as Mobile Crossing is Out of Business! which means you can't download the maps you need for the GPS to work! If I am wrong about this, someone send me an email with a website to download their maps...
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 The PDA is simular to the HP 6300 in that it has the outdated Windows mobile 2003. Which is impossible to upgrade to Windows Mobile 5 or 6. To use it with Windows Vista,you need to download some software.
It's a great entry level gps/ pocket pc on sale...
J. Tso, Amazon
27 January 2008
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. Be real careful because it requests you to hit yes for an update and it's like a three second window, otherwise you have to restart the whole update process and then you can sync your gps.
Just received mine this week...so far very satisfied
Popcorn bun "Scott", Amazon
28 December 2007
Summary: I bought this unit for its PDA features...I already have a top of the line GPS unit so i will not use the GPS features on this...For $[...] after rebate, this is an amazing deal. I have only used the PDA/organizer so i cannot speak about the GPS/navigation abilities of this device; however I am quite impressed with the mobile crossing 200 device so far. This has more than everything I need to keep me organized in the office.
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. Also be reminded that you got only 90 days warranties, not one year.