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the Sidekick ID was the simplified version of the Sidekick 3. There has been three other Sidekicks launched since then, being the Sidekick Slide, Sidekick LX 2007, and the Sidekick 2008.
The predecessor would then be the Sidekick Lx 2007 being in the same Sidekick line, not the Sidekick ID.
what bout the GPS?