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From Engadget: This certainly looks very slick for GPS Navigation, I'm sure TomTom won't be far behind?

Mio's C620 / C620t navigation units to offer '3D maps'

As if Mio didn't have enough new kit coming down the pipeline, now we've learned that the outfit is reportedly readying another duo of portable navigation devices. The C620 and C620t seem to only differ in the traffic functionality built into the latter, as each will sport a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, the MioMap 2008 software with redesigned GUI and split-screen capabilities, an integrated media player, and a contact book for good measure. More importantly, however, are the new TeleAtlas maps, which purportedly boast "3D models of certain buildings, landmarks, and more." No news just yet on pricing or availability, but word on the street has these two showing up at this month's IFA expo.

[Via NaviGadget]
Posted on Friday, August 10, 2007 12:16 PM Real Cool Stuff | Back to top


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