Archive for the 'GPS' Category

3D navigation-connected smart phone npeon

Sunday, December 20th, 2009

Npeon

Npeon connects to the navigation when SMS or a call arrives through the cell phone while driving, and shows the related informations on the navigation screen. It is most characterized by its trait to transfer specific messages in reply of calls/SMSes, such as ‘I’m driving right now, and i’ll get back to you as soon as possible’.

In addition, the navigation can easily be manipulated from the back as well, using the wireless mouse function that ables you to monitor using smart phone touches, and the wireless remote control function that ables you to play or cancel the program using smart phone.

Thinkware goes low end in navigation

Friday, July 18th, 2008

thinkware

Thinkware is going to launch its low-end 7-inch navigation device ‘iNAVI ES100+’ in Korea market, which will be available on July 21. As an upgraded model of its 7-inch navigation device ‘iNAVI ES100′, the ES100+ features a high performance 700MHz CPU, 900mAH batteries with no rebooting problems and a built-in automatic rear view camera.
The ES100+ adopts the streamline design applying a two-tone color of metallic silver and starlit brown, and is equipped with an blue color LED lights.

Users could enjoy the navigation and DMB simultaneously with its Dynamic PIP (picture in picture) functionality, and they could be guided by TPEG, a real time traffic information service. It features built-in GPS antenna and various multimedia functions such as mp3/video player, photo album and games.

Cowon premium navigation with TPEG service

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

Cowon released its new premium navigation ‘COWON N13 TPEG Plus’ in Korea market, which added TPEG (Transport Protocol Expert Group) service that brings you the most recent traffic information.

With Samsung’s 7-inch 16.7M color digital WVGA TFT LCD, the COWON N3 features Alchemy AU 1250 600MHz to improve video playback, SiRF III chip for high GPS reception, two SD card slots, USB host, and AV input/out. It also offers powerful multi tasking capability to use navigation, video, T-DMB, music simultaneously. It also supports overlay, PIP(Picture in Picture) / NIP (Navigation in Picture) features.

It is available for 519,000 KRW.

GPS picture tracker

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

ATP showcased its GPS picture tracker ‘PhotoFinder’ during PMA 2008, which adds GPS data to your digital images on the go, no complicated software, no PC required.

Simply turn the device on while you’re taking pictures, and insert your card into the enclosed memory card slot and it will automatically do the geotagging.

Designed for use with Google Earth & Google Maps, the PhotoFinder is compatible with digital cameras of major brands and all memory card formats on the market. Also, built-in LCD screen provides instant feedback on the status.

Garmin nuvi 850 GPS

Sunday, January 20th, 2008

nuvi 850

Garmin has managed to get back from its own outpouring and is dishing out yet another newcomer. The nüvi 850, a Bluetooth-fewer navigators compensate for its lack of hands free support by featuring a 4.3-inch 480 x 272 resolution touch screen, a rechargeable Li-ion good for around four hours, a microSD slot, speech recognition, a 3D map view, support for MSN Direct and a built-in media player. In addition, you’ll find an FM transmitter, audio out and an internal (read: non flip-up) antenna to ratchet the style factor up a notch. According to Garmin, this fairly potent device will be up for grabs in Q2 for upwards of $800