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Mio DigiWalker C520, C520 at CES 2007

Posted on Tuesday, January 09 2007 @ 13:10:10 CET by

Mio is showcasing a range of stylish navigation and entertainment devices that fit any budget. Products on display include the new Mio DigiWalker C520, a widescreen portable navigation and entertainment device, the C250, an entry-level, easy-to-use GPS device with an MP3 player, and the H610, one of the hottest high-tech gifts this past holiday season.

First look at Mio DigiWalker C520 and Mio DigiWalker(TM) C250

During the CES event, Mio Technology will preview two new products that will be available in the first half of 2007: Mio DigiWalker( C520 and Mio DigiWalker( C250.

Perfect for the fashion-conscious traveler, the C520 features a widescreen 4.3" display and a low-profile design that allows it to seamlessly integrate into the styling of your automotive cockpit. Bluetooth support and unique split-screen display, which allows for address lookup or route information while the map is visible, make the C520 a powerful, elegant, easy-to-use navigation solution.

The C250 is ideal for anyone looking for real-time directions or entertainment while driving, whether they're new to GPS or simply looking for a full-featured, value-packed device. The pocket-sized unit features a black chassis, 3.5" touch-screen display and comes ready to operate in minutes with no computer setup.



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