Superior navigation. Reliable GPs navigation provides turn-by-turn voice and visual guidance to keep consumers on track. Routes are automatically recalculated if a person misses a turn. Additionally, millions of popular destinations are at customers' fingertips. Ease of use. The Mio C310 and Mio C710 are ready to go right out of the box. The Mio C310 is available with pre-loaded maps for either the US or Canada. The Mio C710, which also has a gigabyte of flash memory, comes preloaded with maps for all of North America. Consumers can choose voice guidance in English, French or Spanish, and large, touch-screen buttons let users' fingers do the navigating. Personalized navigation. MioMap powered by Destinator auto-records a history of recent places and saves favorite locations for quick, easy recall. In addition to audio and video directions, consumers can select day or night graphics to reduce road fatigue, and 2- and 3-dimensional views. Highly mobile. Mio C310 and Mio C710 can move easily from car to car, or consumers can take it walking -- eliminating the need for multiple navigation devices.
Mio debuts C310 and C710 Personal Navigation Devices
Posted on Thursday, January 05 2006 @ 4:16 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Mio presents two new personal navigation products at CES 2006. The Mio C310 and C710 models are powered by Destinator's software. Here's a look at their features: