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By D Dunbar in GPS. October 12, 2006
The flowery Mio H610
The H610 is the latest in a long line of sat nav devices from Mitac. But with its flowery cover and diminutive size there's clearly something a little special about their H610.
As well as sat nav the H610 will also display photos, play video, mp3s and even games. It's very compact and light, almost iPod like in size and looks. This is set to be a popular device indeed.
We're told this should be available towards the end of October so look out for this soon.
|Operation System||CE 4.2|
|GPS Accuracy||SirFstar III fixed antenna|
|Display type||2.7" QVGA|
|MP3 player||up to 17hrs, can be played at same time with navigation|
|TMC||External (with optional antenna)|
|USB port charging||USB 1.1 for data transfer & power|
|Built-in headset jack||Yes|
|2 changeable front covers||purple flowers and luxury silver|
|Navigation software||Mio Map v3 EU|
|MioPlayer||MP3, Photo Viewer & Movie Player|
|Games||include GameBox Classic : Fireball, GameBox Gems, Flux Challenge and Plumbind Frenzy|
|Travel Kit||Worldmate, Compass|