I am used to having my tablet available in the car. This started with my Asus R2H which I had mounted nicely in my lease car. That did cost me quite some money. And with a new car that was out of the window. (My lease cars last about max 4 years) Then new tablets came and I had them mounted in the car one way or another. Now I think my Surface 3 is too large to mount in the car. I have an Audi A3 Limousine and everything looks nice and sleek and I'd like to keep it that way. So, I am thinking of using an Archos Cesium 80 that I have been using for a different purpose until now. It's really nice to have a Windows based multimedia player with internet access in the car. Today I tried using my Holux GPSlim 236 GPS receiver in order to see if I can use the device as navigation system/speedcam warning as well. I installed GPSDirect and connected GPS receiver using Bluetooth. Then I went to the GPSDirect tool and hit "Install" under the "Sensor Driver". Then it seems the Maps application is able to use the GPS receiver. But it was all but fast! It was really sluggish! Did I do something wrong? I have downloaded the maps for the Netherlands (and yes put them on a SD card). Is there something more that needs to be set in GPSDirect? Those guys have a terrible website! So if there is an alternative way to make sure the Maps app (and other Windows apps) can use the GPS receiver I am happy to hear of those!