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Mio S400 GPS navigation system

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2010

Mio has introduced their S400 GPS navigation system in Korea. The Mio S400 isn’t powered by anything fancy like Android, instead it’s powered by the Windows CE operating system, along with the SiRFStar III GPS chipset.

Some other features include a large 4.3″ touchscreen display and up to 16GB of external memory thanks to a built-in memory card slot. You can get the 2GB version of the Mio S400 for about $100. Still unsure? Well, it did win China’s ‘If’ design award.

Mio Amber Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone coming soon

Posted in Mio by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2009

Mio Amber Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone coming soonMio is usually associated with GPS systems, but here they are rolling out a new Windows Mobile 6.5-powered handset dubbed the Mio Amber. It isn’t official just yet, but we do have some specs.

This one packs in a 3.61″ WVGA touchscreen display, GPRS/EDGE and WCDMA/HSPA connectivity, G sensor, GPS/A-GPS navigation, Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity, FM transmitter, Noise cancellation technology, 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, Secondary VGA camera, 528MHz Qualcomm MSM 7201A Turbo processor, 256MB RAM/512MB ROM, and a microSD memory card slot.

Mio Explora K75 GPS phone

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on June 6th, 2009

Mio Explora K75 GPS phoneThe Mio Explora K75 GPS phone is touted to be the first smartphone from Mio that will use their Spirit GPS navigation software to get you where you want to go. When combined with its 3.5″ screen, it will replace your stand alone GPS navigation system.

Some features of the Mio Explora K75 include : Qualcomm MSM7201A 528MHz processor, Qualcomm gpsOne GPS chipset, 3.5″ 400×240 WQVGA display, microSD memory card slot, VGA CMOS secondary camera, Built-in rotation sensor.

Mio DigiWalker ad: There’s always a way out

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2009


Enjoy this commercial, which should have been a Superbowl commercial by the way. Just don’t ask us to explain what goes on in the minds of advertising executives. I guess it could be considered a tad NSFW due to butt cheeks. I’m not sure this will sell many extra GPS devices for the company, but it is an entertaining 42 seconds. Not sure what else I could possibly say about it…

Has this ever happened to anyone? And if so, did you hear that popping sound?

Mio Moov Navigators at CES

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2009

Mio Moov Navigators at CESMio has unveiled not one, not two, but five new GPS navigators at CES 2009. The new devices include the Mio Moov S300, S556, and S700. The devices support the “Spirit” software platform.

The S300 features a 3.5-inch display, text-to-speech and 12 million POIs. The S500 offers a 4.7-inch panel. The Moov S556 comes with the same 4.7-inch display with Bluetooth and Junction View features. While the S700 offers a huge 7-inch display. The Mio Moov S300, S300, S556, and S700 are priced at $199.99, $249.99, $299.99 and $299.99 respectively.

Knight Rider GPS puts KITT in your car

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on June 20th, 2008

Knight Rider GPS puts KITT in your car
You and I both know that this is the only GPS worth a tinker’s damn. Do you really have to think about it? Mio’s new GPS system gives you directions using the voice of KITT. It promises lots of fun episodes in Vegas and a show-down with Semi-truck enemy or two. It boots up saying “Hello Michael, where do you want to go today?”

That’s enough for some of you right there, but then it goes and uses a Trans-Am as your cars icon, also features dual LED scanner lights on each side to complete the whole KITT theme. $270 is what it will cost you. And you didn’t have to have surgery or change your identity at all. Available in a few months.

Mio Moov 200, 210, 300, and 310 coming to the US

Posted in GPS by Shane McGlaun on March 24th, 2008

Mio Moov GPS UnitNavigation units are becoming one of the most used car electronics devices around. They are a great way to get from location to location without having to stop and ask directions and without getting lost or having to resort to a paper map.

Mio Technology announced four new GPS devices today using content from its recently acquired Navman purchase. The four devices are the Mio Moov 200, 210, 300, and 310. All four models have a touch screen with the 210 and 200 using a 3.5-inch touch screen and the 300 and 310 units featuring 4.3-inch touch screens.

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Mio selling new GPS unit at Radio Shack

Posted in GPS,Mio by Nino Marchetti on September 24th, 2007

Mio DigiWalker C320Mio Technology announced today the exclusive unveiling of its new DigiWalker C320 at Radio Shacks nationwide. The GPS device is priced at around $300.

The Mio DigiWalker C320 offers up a 4.3-inch color screen which is touch sensitive. It is preloaded with maps of the United States, including Alaska and Canada. It offers up a split-screen interface, voice-guided directions and information on over 1.7 millions points of interest.

Mio Digiwalker C520 GPS

Posted in GPS,Mio by Nino Marchetti on May 22nd, 2007

Mio Digiwalker C520 GPSMio Technologies, which introduced the DigiWalker C220 just last month, is back at it again with the new, upper-end DigiWalker C520.

The thing which grabs us right away about the DigiWalker C520, priced at around $400, is the 4.3-inch split-screen display. It can be used in either full screen map view or a split-screen which shows off stuff such as upcoming intersections or points of interest locations. The C520, like the C220, uses touch-screen technology to make using it while driving easier. Not that we recommend you fiddle with it while screaming down the highway at 80MPH though.

Another cool feature of the C520 is its enhanced Bluetooth options. It can pair with Bluetooth-enabled cell phones to let you do hands-free calling using its built-in speaker and microphone. It also works with Bluetooth capable car stereos so you can enjoy compatible audio files played from …

Mio DigiWalker C220 GPS

Posted in GPS,Mio by Chris Weber on April 11th, 2007

Mio DigiWalker C220 GPSToday Mio Technologies officially released an new entry level personal GPS device called the Mio DigiWalker C220.

The new GPS device from Mio looks to be an impressive deal with a 3.5 inch TFT touchscreen display, audible turn-by-turn directions and a preloaded US map with over 3 million points of interest such as hotels, restaurants, bars and sporting arenas. All of this with a price tag at around $250 makes the DigiWalker C220 a pretty decent bargain.

The US map comes stored on a 1GB SD card and makes the GPS ready to go out of the box. It also comes with software to warn you of locations with potential speed cameras and “mobile traps”, which is frequently updated and a free subscription to this service is available with the device for the first year.

Traveling on foot is not a problem, either. The Mio DigiWalker C220 …