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Medion expands GoPal lineup with PNA235 GPS

Darren Murph
April 14, 2007
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It hasn't even been a month since the smoke from CeBIT has begun to clear, but it looks like Medion is readying yet another GoPal navigation unit for its quickly-growing US lineup. The all-black PNA235 looks an awful lot like the already-unveiled S2310, and internally, it sports a 276MHz Centrality Atlas II processor, a 2.8-inch 320 x 240 resolution touchscreen, internal GPS receiver / antenna, a miniSD flash card slot, Windows CE .NET 5.0, integrated speaker, USB connectivity, handsfree calling, and the obligatory Bluetooth support as well. Furthermore, the multifaceted device will also play nice with MP3s, photos, touts text-to-speech abilities, and manages to weigh in at just 135-grams. No word yet on an American release date nor a US pricetag, but we don't see it making too big of a splash anyway considering the hordes of alternatives already on shelves.


[Via TechFresh]


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