Mitac Mio C250 DigiWalker

By D Dunbar in GPS. November 8, 2006

Another new arrival for Christmas, the Mitac Mio C250 DigiWalker, is Mio's budget GPS unit at around 170 but with some great features. Just 110 grams in weight and at 23.5mm x 81mm x 107.43mm it's one of the lightest around, yet it packs the SirfStar III and a 400mhz Samsung processor powering a 3.5" 320x240 screen. Like most new devices these days the C250 boasts an MP3 player and an SD card slot. For 170 pounds you get UK roads and major roads of Europe.

Mitac Mio C250
Mitac Mio C250

You'll also get thousands of POIs (Points of Interest) and the ability to add your own or download updates from the Mio website. The Speed Camera locations and updates are being offered free for a year upon registering, you'll also get free traffic alerts.

The maps are the latest 2006 maps from TeleAtlas and the software installed is Mio's own MioMap Version 3.

Mio's other new release, the H610 (which we reported earlier last month), is now available to buy. This is the device with the flowery snap on covers which Mio now claims as "the first GPS device designed especially for women". Expect to pay 270 for the H610.

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Related Articles : Garmin Nuvi 300, TomTom ONE New Edition, The New Mio H610, Mitac Mio P350 And P550

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Bluetooth Compatible Phones Here's the compatible bluetooth phone list for the Mio C510E...
Dopod 577W
Dopod 818
Dopod 828
Dopod 838
Dopod D900
Nokia 3230
Nokia 3650
Nokia 3660
Nokia 6021
Nokia 6230
Nokia 6230i
Nokia 6260
Nokia 6600
Nokia 6670
Nokia 6680
Nokia 6681
Nokia 6820
Nokia 6822
Nokia 7280
Nokia 7600
Nokia 7610
Nokia 9300
Nokia N70
Nokia N90
Mio A701
Motorola V600i
Samsung SGH-D500
Samsung SGH-E340
Samsung SGH-E730
Siemens S65
Sony Ericsson K750i
Sony Ericsson S700i
Sony Ericsson T630
Sony Ericsson T637
Sony Ericsson T68i
Sony Ericsson W800i
Sony Ericsson Z800i
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Bluetooth Compatible Phones Here's the compatible bluetooth phone list for the Mio C510E : Posted by DaveFebruary 19, 2007 Batteries For Mio Pda try here:

regards smalle
Posted by SmalleNovember 30, 2006
New H610 Any news on the release date of this? (Mitac H610?) Hoping this will play divx (like the new Nokia device), if so it'll be the perfect little sat nav. Don't be put off by the girly flowers that's just an add on cover. The standard is plain white. Posted by NevNovember 7, 2006 Battery / Data Loss you usually only have around 30 mins until data loss with a completely dead battery.Posted by GpsnutterNovember 6, 2006 Data Loss Best to play it safe and backup everything before you replace a battery. You almost certainly will lose your stuff. It's even possible to lose data if you let the battery go completely flat.Posted by DaveOctober 19, 2006 Battery Replacement There are some P350 / P550 batterys on ebay for about 9.99. I have not tried these tho. Is it true when you replace a battery you lose all your data from the PDA??Posted by JohnOctober 18, 2006 Batteries For The Mitac Mio bought a 550 when they first came out way back in May (I think). Liked the idea that the battery can be replaced... but does anyone know if these batteres are being sold anywhere? I've had no luck searching various web sites. Posted by AndyOctober 12, 2006
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