Mio’s Moov 380 has officially passed through the FCC so it’s a reasonable assumption to believe we should see it in the US by the holiday shopping season. The company’s “lightest connected PND on the market”, the Moov 380 has a built-in SIM card and GPRS connectivity allowing you to make phone calls with the GPS device and also search the web for local points of interest. With the built-in cellular functionality, you don’t have to worry about sometimes troublesome Bluetooth synchronization and the expected Qualcomm service should feature a flat-rate data plan and both 2.75G and 3G support. The Moov 380 features a SiRFInstantFixII chip that improves the satellite fix times and workability in urban trouble spots compared to previous generation chipsets, a superslim and minimalistic design to enhance portability, intelligent route planning and MioMore Desktop which allows you to keep your Moov 380 up-to-date with the latest POI’s and maps just by connecting to a PC. The 4.3 inch TFT touchscreen connected device runs on Windows CE .NET 5 and includes preloaded MioMap 2008 software. Look for it to hit shelves sometime later this year.