If having a DMB tuner on your GPS device doesn't get you excited, perhaps some more practical info will. Navigon has just released its latest nav device, the TS 7000T Europe with MobileNavigator 6 -- yeah, yeah, it's got all the stuff you'd expect, like a 4.3-inch screen, 16:9 aspect ratio, and loads of maps of 37 European countries pre-installed on a memory card (we're guessing SD, although we're not totally sure). But the best part of the 7000T is that each time you cross one of those European countries, be they in the European Union (France), or not (Switzerland), you'll get a popup that will not only tell you points of interest, but things that may help you stay out of trouble, like the traffic rules of the country, speed limit, or the maximum blood alcohol rate (really!). In any case, €500 is a small price to pay to have the peace of mind to know that you're still within the law.

[Via Navigadget]

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