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MainNav GPS attempts to go basic with style

updated 03:55 pm EDT, Fri July 27, 2007

MainNav MH350 GPS

The MH-350 by Taiwan's MainNav attempts to combine aesthetics with essential GPS functions. Immediately noticeable is its rounded, white exterior, with similar buttons on a nearby control pad; despite this, it is mainly controlled through a 3.5-inch touchscreen, for which a stylus has been supplied. The unit is limited to an extent by 32MB of ROM and 64MB of RAM, with a 266MHz Samsung processor, but it does have a SiRFstar III receiver, and it stores most of its content on SD/MMC cards. A fold-out antenna is located on the rear. Pricing and release plans are not currently public. [via NaviGadget]



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