HTC P3300 - the Hot Combination of GPS and PDA

By: Darlene Kaitlene

The HTC P3300 is a cool combination of a GPS device and a PDA Phone in one sleek device. Wherever you go, whatever you do, this amazing gadget can help you with not the just the basic functions of PDA phone, but also it acts as your personal guide with directions with its maps and road navigation functions.

With the fully loaded HTC P3300, you know where you are at anytime or at any place on earth. The built-in functionality of navigation is based upon the standalone features of GPS. With the help of new TomTom NAVIGATOR 6 application, you can access clear maps and unambiguous directions that help you when you are stuck or have to reach somewhere on time. Furthering the benefits, the HTC P3300 would come with value addition:
Taster Pack – one free city map
Premium Pack – preloaded with a complete set of maps for Western Europe.

P3300 is supported with Microsoft® Windows Mobile® 5.0 PDA Phone and it gives you immediate access to all your emails and documents. The standalone GPS functionality and the TomTom NAVIGATOR 6 software is its unique selling propositions. Together with the HTC RollR™ (Trackball/Trackwheel) for easy viewing and navigation, you can enjoy and utilize its navigation functions and get benefited.

HTC P3300 also promises you entertainment with the help of its FM Radio that can play latest news and entertainment programs for you whenever you want. You can enjoy full range of instant connectivity with the help of the GSM/GPRS, Bluetooth® 2.0 or Wi-Fi® systems. While Direct Push technology helps you stay updated with your e-mails, your appointments and your contacts all the time.

All this, together with its navigational functions, makes HTC P3300 a clear choice when you want a great day ahead and also want to make your mark with sharp punctuality.

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