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By D Dunbar in GPS. February 19, 2007
The latest from Mitac is the new Mio C510E
There's some great new mapping capabilities with their new Mio Map V3 software, in particular the panning and zooming is very slick indeed with no waiting for screen redraws as you pan around, even map tilting is rendered in realtime with no lag whilst the screen is refreshed.
New Mio C510E
The Mio C510E runs from a Samsung 400Mhz CPU with the SiRFStar III 512MB ROM and 64Mb RAM it has 1 SD/MMC slot and a 3.5" screen and measures 70x110mm with a depth of 20mm
The Mio's can be bought for around £170, that includes the GB TeleAtlas map + major roads of Europre, there's no additional cost for other EU maps though as the DVD that ships with it contains 24 detailed maps of Euro countries which can be installed onto the flash memory.