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Mio Moov S401 and S501 official

Mio has officially announced the release of Moov S401 and Moov S501 devices. Both receivers are quite similar in their characteristics - the main difference is in the display dimensions - 4.7" for Moov S501 and 4.3" for Moov S401

Here are the device characteristics:


- Highly Sensitive GPS Receiver 20 channel

- 4.7" (4.3" for Moov S401) TFT display with anti-glare touchscreen, 480 x 272 color LCD

- Built-in speaker

- Text-to-Speech

- Optional TMC Module

- USB V2.0

- Weight 0.38 lb (175g)

- Dimensions 5.31X3.35X0.64 in.

- Pre-loaded Maps of the United States and Canada

- up to 12 Million POIs

The devices wil cost $180 and $200 respectively



DeLorme PN-30

DeLorme is going to release PN-30, a model that stands between PN-20 and PN-40. PN series feature only handheld devices, which use street, topo and even nautical maps.

The device features US street, road and terrain maps without additional fees, colour daylight-friendly display and supports up to 32 GB SD cards. PN-30 is WAAS-enabled and may be fitted with aerial, NOAA nautical charts and USGS topos for determining of the exact location.

The announced price of the device is $300.


EasyCar Wibro enabled device

EasyCar will release a new device that supports WiBro access. The device will be released on May 20.

KT Show WiBro will have access to the fastest so far 3.5G networks, which means that the customers will have the ability to stream video content to the dashboard of their car and even stream data from traffic cams and have their own traffic report. 

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