Filed under: GPS
As the flood of new gizmos continues to pour out of IFA, a new GPS handheld has emerged for the European market. Merian’s Scout Navigator touts a 3.7-inch VGA touchscreen, four to eight hours of battery life, NAVTEQ maps of Europe, and traffic notification support. Most notable, however, are the built in AudioGuides, which “automatically play when you pass by any one of more than 800 places of interest in Germany, be it in a vehicle or on foot.” For those intrigued, watch for it to land next month for a staggering €779 ($1,047).
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