Here we go, the PN100 is the first product to be birthed from iriver's acquisition of Siren in Japan. The WinCE-based PN100 sold under the Siren branding is a first GPS navigator for Siren and features a 3.5-inch, 320 x 240 touchscreen LCD, SD slot, standard 3.5-mm audio jack, 3-hour battery, and support for plenty of audio and video playback including MOV/AVI/MP4/3GPP/ASF (SD-Video) and MP3/WMA/WAV file formats. Unfortunately, it lacks the refined design we've come to expect from iriver gear. Still it's early days so we'll assume (and hope) the PN100 was already in the production pipeline before the acquisition. Available in Japan starting August 3rd for about ¥39,800 or about $335.

[Via Impress]

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