March 6, 2008

Mio Moov - 200, 330, 370

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Mio announced a new line of GPS navigators that should be making their way to our side of the ocean sometime before summer. The big change is that Mio is moving away from the iGo software that help propel them into their current market share. The Navman software is going to reprise the whole navigate with picture thing; NavPix.

Mio is using the new SiRF InstantFix II chipset that calculates the positions of the satellites into the future so that when you turn the unit on, the time to first fix is greatly reduced.

Coming equipped with a standard 3.5-inch standard screen, the Mio Moov 200 regional is listed for about $225, and a Mio Moov 200 Europe for about $275.

The Mio Moov 330 is a regional version that has limited maps for about $275, the Mio Moov 330, for about $350, both with 4.3 inch displays. The top of the line Mio Moov 370 is also a widescreen with Bluetooth handsfree and TMC Traffic for about $425.

We're looking forward to taking a spin with the new Mio line in the coming months when they get over here.

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Posted by Scott Martin at March 6, 2008 7:59 PM

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