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Sure, Android has been getting plenty of attention from MID manufacturers as of late, but we all know that's not the only mobile OS worth a gander. Debuted by ZTE \"at a ceremony dedicated to the 3G technology\" at Shanghai's World Expo the V7 MID is roughly 4.7 x 3.3 x .5-inches and features the Mae

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Here's some of the other stuff that happened in the wide world of mobile for Friday, July 10th, 2009: Russia's RoverPC is now shipping its G7, X7, and V7 models running Windows Mobile 6.1. All three feature heavily-customized interfaces by SPB. [Via TamsPPC] If you're willing to go with a r

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XRoad has released a few of its GPS units 'round these parts, but it looks like it's sticking close to its home base with its latest V7 model, which will apparently be exclusive to Korea. If that doesn't preclude you, however, it looks like you can expect a pretty decent unit, with the new V7 3rd v

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Ingram Micro just kicked out an oddball, budget monitor under their V7 brand. How budget? Very. The 24-inch D24W33 has an MSRP of $459. That takes home a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, 1,000:1 reported contrast, 250cd/m2 brightness, 160-degree viewing angles, quick 2 millisecond response, and choice of

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Ingram Micro's V7 subsidiary looks to have recently kicked out another pair of budget-priced GPS units, with its new NAV730 and NAV740 model each keeping things under $300 while still maintaining some fairly decent specs. On the slightly higher-end, the $299 NAV740 boasts a 4.3-inch WQVGA touchscre

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V7 looks to be keeping its GPS units as basic as can be these days, with its new NAV720 model offering only a few improvements over the company's previous NAV700 device. From the looks of it, the big additions here are Bluetooth hands free calling and Traffic Messaging Channel (or TMC) support. Oth

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V7's making sure you know exactly what its target market is by announcing a budget-minded GPS unit to accompany that $349 LCD panel it just tossed out. Entering a fairly saturated entry-level GPS market, the Navigator 1000 features a 3.5-inch touchscreen monitor, 320 x 240 resolution, turn-by-turn d

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Just in case the world didn't have quite enough low-end, questionably built LCD monitors, we've got one more comin' down the pike, as V7 -- formerly \"known\" as Videoseven -- unveils its R22W02 monitor. This 22-inch LCD has a \"focus on value,\" which presumably means it takes a hit in the quality depa

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