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Pioneer AVIC-N4 navigation

Ralf Jurrien
IFA Report
Friday 31st, August 2007
Posted by: Ralf Jurrien

Today’s longer com-mutes and increased time spent in vehicles due to traffic make Pioneer’s AVIC-N4 DVD based in-dash navigation system the ideal gear for anyone looking to improve their daily driving experience. The Pioneer AVIC-N4 navigation serves as the hub for information, communication and entertainment in the car by providing drivers with detailed route guidance, audio and video playback and connectivity to popular portable devices. The in-dash system features nearly 12 million points of interest, XM NavTraffic integration, voice prompting, telephone number search, CD, DVD and compressed audio playback, iPod audio and video integration and expanded Bluetooth capabilities.

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Nokia LD-4W Bluetooth GPS Module

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 27th, August 2007

The Nokia Bluetooth GPS Module LD-4W combines Nseries style in a slim and attractive core with navigation, so you can find your way around easily with your compatible mobile device. Continuing on our mission to bring location based services to even more people, this GPS module is compatible with a wide range of Nokia devices and Nokia Maps. Take your time getting to your destination - this lightweight (31 g) GPS module has up to 10 hours of operating time.

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Nokia 500 Car navigation

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 27th, August 2007

Kit out your car to stay connected, entertained and informed with the latest Nokia automotive navigation and communication enhancement. The super-efficient Nokia 500 Auto Navigation allows you to get to your destination quickly and easily, see who is calling, and make quality handsfree calls. The Nokia 500 Auto Navigation is Nokia's first handsfree dedicated personal navigation device for convenient in-car navigation and communication. In addition to integrated GPS and competitive in-car navigation features, the device also acts as a complete Bluetooth handsfree system for your compatible mobile phone.

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Magellan Handheld GPS

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Monday 13th, August 2007

Magellan, a leading global innovator of outdoor and vehicle navigation solutions, announced today the introduction of its new Triton series of portable handheld GPS receivers that provide outdoor enthusiasts with the most advanced design and navigation experience available. The Triton series of six new units is the first line of rugged, handheld navigation devices designed with a new user interface flow and screen graphics making Triton easier to use and more accessible to a greater population of outdoor enthusiasts. The Triton series is significantly easier to use than previous versions of any outdoor GPS device, creating new opportunities to reach people who enjoy outdoor activities.

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The IFA show in Berlin is definitely the place to be to experience the latest in mobile imaging. Smartphones become high-end by the day and combined with the smart and often innovative Apps these compact electronic devices are integrated into our daily lives. The latest cell phones show that they have changed into multitalented communication devices. Think of it and it is there. GPS, Music & and Video, High Definition, Video conference, High-res camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Apps, Fast processors, Large storage capacity, Super AMOLOD display, etc, etc. And the smartphone is still developing itself by the day. The mobile imaging industry is big, and is changing our social lives and our business importantly. Stay tuned, bookmark the special IFA 2010 report and enjoy the latest on mobile imaging.