Mustek's GPS 200 falls out of the ugly tree

Darren Murph
D. Murph|05.15.07

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Darren Murph
May 15th, 2007
In this article: europe, gps 200, Gps200, mustek, nav, navi, navigation, pnd, sirf
Mustek's GPS 200 falls out of the ugly tree

Although it probably didn't hit every branch while plummeting, Mustek's GPS 200 doesn't do itself any favors in the attractivity department, and sadly, the specs themselves don't exactly come to the rescue. What we've got is a 4.2-inch touchscreen LCD with a paltry 320 x 240 resolution, a 200MHz Centrality processor, USB connectivity, a Li-ion rechargeable, SD / MMC port, and Desinator 6 navigation software that includes NAVTEQ maps of 30 countries in Europe. Additionally, you'll find text-to-speech abilities, an MP3 / video player, image viewer, and Windows CE.net 4.2 runnin' the show. Unfortunately, the fold-out GPS antenna leaves much to be desired, but considering the modest €249 ($335) pricetag, we'll give it somewhat of a pass.

[Via NaviGadget]
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