The Gorilla Plus is the latest GPS unit from Sanyo over in Japan. The device features a 5-inch LED-backlit touchscreen display with 8GB of internal memory. In partnership with NTT DoCoMo, this device will be able to feed you real-time traffic information, the latest map updates, parking spot information, and other useful information such as the weather at your current location or destination. The service is pretty useful, though the bad news is that you’ll need to pay 315 Yen ($3.70) in order to use the service, not to mention the data charge every time you hit it up for some data. The Gorilla Pus also comes with Sanyo’s quick start feature and boasts a GPS fix time of 10 seconds maximum. You’ll also be able to upload points-of-interest (POI) and other information from your computer via an SD card.
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