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Navman's iCN 510 portable GPS device

Ryan Block , @ryan
Navman iCN 510

Last time Navman released a GPS device it was just a rebadge of the MiTAC Mio 168, so naturally we have to wonder about the origins of this one. Not that it matters too much, since the specs are pretty decent: QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) 3.5-inch touch screen, magnesium enclosure, lithium-ion battery, 32MB NVRAM, and an SD slot. The device runs on Navman's SmartST directional software, which is all well and good, but why go and drop $450 on a dedicated GPS PDA when you can get a Pocket PC with an integrated GPS unit in the same price range? You wouldn't. So good.


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