Earlier this week we told you about a $300 GPS nav unit, and while that was among the least expensive GPS devices that we'd seen until that point, we just spied one that dropped the price a little bit more. Meet the PVST-SPN350 Phillar Vision Navigator, an inauspicious device that gets rolling with a 276MHz processor, 32MB of ROM, 64MB of RAM, a 3.5-inch screen (320 x 240), and an SD/MMC card slot. Apparently it doesn't come with the ability to play audio and video files (you gotta pay extra for that), which may be part of the reason that the Vision Navigator appeals to the spendthrift set; the whole unit will set you back a pair of Baroque bridges (that's €200, or $256).

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