LG's latest GPS device, the LN505

Cyrus Farivar
C. Farivar|12.19.06

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Cyrus Farivar
December 19th, 2006
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LG's latest GPS device, the LN505
It feels like once you've seen one GPS unit, you've seen 'em all. (Ok, we know that's not true.) But the new LG LN500 feels just so familiar (it's pretty similar to the LAN-SD460 that we spotted two months ago), with its 3.5-inch screen (320 x 240), half gig of ROM, SiRF Star III receiver, 300MHz processor, SD card slot, Windows CE 5, photo viewer, and mess of standard European maps. French GPS site GPSAndCo says that several specific models based on the LN500 are planned, but the LN505 will be the French model, and will be sold in l'Hexagone starting in January for €250 ($327). No idea when those Frenchies (or their Korean counterparts) are going to let this one loose across the pond, however.

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