The folks over at Woot.com recently served up an inexpensive GPS unit from Evesham, the british electronics company. While out of the box the performace was less than impressive, a bunch of folks have been able to break out of the stock software into the underlying WinCe in order to install TomTom 6 and he result is an excellent little unit. The woot forum pages on it are HERE and one of those members has documented the hack HERE. No one has really gotten into the WinCe software side of it and I'm sure there's a lot of cool stuff to do if one were familiar with WinCe.
Anyone here have any experience with this unit or WinCe?
Looks like everything is already done. You should be able to install and run a wide variety of Windows CE software on it, once you hack the normal desktop to come up. There's plenty cool stuff to put on it, so much so that there's no easy way to begin. You could do pretty much anything a early 90's desktop system could do.
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