As expected, GW Micro has released its GPS software for the Voice Sense accessible PDA. Called GW Sense Navigation or SenseNav for short, it was developed by Sendero Group, the same company that programs the GPS software for the BrailleNote family of PDAs. The price is also similar to the BrailleNote offering at $1,549. The Voice Sense itself costs $1,895 through December 21. In January, the price will balloon to $2,395.Source: Go to source
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