Nothing too spectacular here, but those looking for a bare-bones GPS from a little-known manufacturer could soon be able to get their fix in the form of the Vector dis 590, which just made its all-important trek through the FCC. According to the manual, this one (which appears to be a rebadge of the Royaltek RNS-3200) boasts a 4-inch touchscreen, along with maps courtesy of NAVTEQ, an SD card slot for expansion, the usual array PMP functions, and built-in Bluetooth for some hands-free calling. You'll also apparently be able to get optional RDS-TMC traffic data, and optional "FM radios," which we assume means an FM transmitter. Of course, there's no word on pricing or availability, so you'll just have to contain your excitement until this one gets official.

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