The TomTom Go 930 GPS navigation system has been reviewed by trusted reviews. The main new features of the TomTom Go 930 are it’s supposedly intelligent routing and lane assistance.
Here’s what they thought of the TomTom Go 930:
“So are the additions worth the extra cash? For now, I’d have to say – surprisingly – no. The new x30 range undoubtedly maintains the 720′s position as king of in-car sat-navs, with its improved route-finding abilities and lane assistance. But the changes, though innovative and useful, aren’t the sort of major improvements you’d want to upgrade for, and while stocks of the x20 range still exist, the older models represent a better deal.
If you want the ultimate in-car sat-nav, money is no object, and you don’t have one already, the 930 Traffic and its slightly less expensive brethren are most certainly the devices to beat. But I recommend you wait a while before buying one until the price drops by Â£50 or so.”
TomTom Go 930 review at Trusted Reviews
Clarion has announced two new GPS navigation systems in Europe that feature a three-dimensional display of major buildings and points of interest.
Their other features include a 4.3″ display, text-to-speech, TMC tuner, lane assistant, bluetooth, and multimedia player, all powered by a 400MHz processor.
The Map680 comes with 1GB of memory and 4 regional variations, while the Map780 has 2GB of memory and maps for 43 European countries.
MTI MicroFuel Cells has shown a prototype GPS that is powered by their mobion methanol fuel cell.
The fuel cell powers the GPS for 60 hours of continuous use and be can be refuelled. The GPS also includes a USB port to recharge other gadgets too.
No news on pricing or availability, but I can’t wait for all out gadgets to me fuel cell powered.
Telefonica let the cat out of the bag in regards to HTC Touch Find specs:
Quad band GSM 850/900/1800/1900, GPRS, EDGE, 3.6 Mbps HSDPA connectivity, 2.8â€³ QVGA 240Ã—320, 65K color display, 128 MB RAM, 256 MB of ROM, Qualcomm MSM7200, 400 MHz CPU, 3 megapixel camera with autofocus, front camera for video calls, Built-in GPS, Tom-Tom navigation software, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM Radio, microSD memory card slot
In other words the HTC touch find is a repackaged HTC Touch Cruise.