Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN) and ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (TAIEX: 2357) (…) announced a strategic decision to alter their current co-branded business model for location-centric mobile handsets. The two companies will not introduce any new co-branded handset models going forward, but will continue to sell and support models that have already been introduced to the market.? ASUS will design and manufacture new models of ASUS-branded mobile phones, some of which will include preloaded Garmin navigation and Location Based Service (LBS) applications. Garmin will expand its mobile handset application development and plans to offer navigation and other applications through certain consumer application stores.
New Zealand and Olathe, Kansas/August 30, 2010 ? Telecom New Zealand and Garmin-Asus today announced that the A10 will be available on August 26 for Telecom New Zealand customers. (…)
The A10 is also the first device in New Zealand to offer photoReal? Junction View, a feature that gives a realistic photo overlay of key New Zealand motorway off ramps in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.? The A10 also supports AA Real? Time Traffic updates that will route drivers around road delays.
Source (read more…): Garmin International News
A really short answer to this question is YES. The Garminfone has on-device sync with Microsoft Exchange for Outlook email. If you’re using a personal, non-enterprise version of Outlook, you can sync your email by first downloading the free sync software from the GarminAsus.com website. If you’re on your company’s enterprise server, you will need to contact your network administrator to obtain the necessary information about your network prior to being able to sync your Outlook email, contacts and calendar.
Source: Ask Garmin