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Pharos Traveler 137, coming this quarter for $599.95

Posted in Pharos by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2009

Pharos Traveler 137, coming this quarter for $599.95Pharos’ new Windows Mobile-based offering features a 3.5-inch display with wide VGA, and 3.5G data. You’ll get 512MB of Flash, 256MB of RAM, AGPS, 7.2Mbps HSPA on T-Mobile USA and European bands, WiFi, 3-megapixel cam to round it all out.

Sounds like an X1 without a keyboard. The device weighs just 4.9 ounces and will hit retailers this quarter for $599.95. Ouch! That’s kinda expensive. I don’t think it will be replacing many iPhones. I think it may tank. Hard.

Pharos unveils two no-frills GPS units

Posted in GPS,Pharos by Darrin Olson on November 8th, 2007

Pharos Drive 250 GPS unitToday Pharos launched a couple of new GPS navigation devices lacking it a lot of the more common features found in the latest GPS devices, but compensates for it with some very affordable pricing. The Drive GPS 150 and Drive GPS 250 are the latest from Pharos in their Drive GPS line of products differing almost only by size.

The Drive GPS 250 is the more expensive of the two with a retail price of $299.95 and features a 4.3 inch touch screen display, turn-by-turn voice prompted directions and a 1GB SD card pre-loaded with North America maps from NAVTEQ. The device also boasts a 7-hour run time off of a single charge.

Pharos Introduces GPS Smartphone

Posted in GPS,Mobile Phones,Pharos,Smart Devices by Darrin Olson on January 3rd, 2007

Pharos GPS PhoneThis time Pharos took the horse by reigns and introduced a new GPS Smartphone by adding mobile phone capabilities to a GPS gadget, instead of embedding a GPS receiver and navigation software into some other mobile phone.

This Smartphone is definitely not light on the features (or the price for that matter). In this relatively small package comes not just a SiRFStarIII GPS receiver, but also all the big acronyms in mobile communications, including quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, WiFi, Bluetooth and even FM radio. The smart device also houses a 2 megapixel camera and of course the Pharos Ostia navigation software.

The Ostia software runs on the Microsoft Mobile Pocket PC 5.0 platform along with the mobile office applications including Outlook, Word, Excel, IE and Windows Media Player 10. Also, the SIM slot on this gadget isn’t locked so users can add an existing SIM card or …