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Microsoft Pocket Streets 2002

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Posted 18 years ago | Reviews | Chris Tilley 0 comments

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"Where do you want to go today?", Microsoft once asked us all. Of course for the Handheld PC community, whenever 'there' is, chances are you will be going to it with a Handheld PC.

In the modern world of autobahn's, motorway's and highway's, truth be told it's just that little bit too easy to take a wrong turn and suddenly the promise of that destination seems so very far away. That's where your trusty Handheld PC can spring to the rescue!

Microsoft Pocket Streets is the on-the-go contemporary of the popular Autoroute/Streets & Trips host mapping solution. With Pocket Streets you can take maps and information from your PC and venture out into the mobile world on your Windows CE 2.0 or higher H/PC.

John Ottini gets lost (in the program) for us in his latest review here on HPC:Factor.

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Posted on 13 November 2006 at 12:43By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

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