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SysOnChip Looket G7 and G9 GPS devices promise "optimum mobility"

Cyrus Farivar
December 14, 2006
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Last we heard from SysOnChip, it'd just come out with a super-tiny GPS device that would help you (and your keys) not get lost. Well today the company's announced a new pair of more traditional nav units, the Looket G7(right) and the Looket G9 (left). The former looks pretty straightforward, with its 3.5-inch screen, 400MHz processor, SD slot, music player and Traffic Message Channel. Not enough? This model promises to provide you with "optimum mobility" (we didn't even know that our mobility needed optimizing), The Looket G9 is the beefier cousin of the G7, and includes a 4.3-inch screen, a SiRF III GPS receiver, SD card slot, 400 MHz processor, video-in, and that same traffic channel function. Both will be on display at CES next month, which is when we're hoping to get some pricing and availability info.

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