Mio used Computex as a launch platform for its new Moov V500 and V700 GPS devices that feature a digital TV Tuner (DVB-T) . “The development of digital TV is already very mature worldwide, but so far the market demands for mobile TV solutions have still to be fulfilled” says Mio’s CEO. We don’t know if there’s such a demand for mobile TV (ask phone makers), especially when the TV sits on the dashboard of a car, but we’ll let the market decide.
Both GPS feature a 600Mhz Processor, run the Spirit navigation software found in other Mio GPS and have maps loaded on a Micro-SD card. The difference between the two is that the V700 has a 7″ dipslay, while the V500 has a 4.7″ one. [press release]
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