Luxury Electronics: The Pocket LOOX N100 is a personal navigational system that works for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians. It is smaller than a wallet and fits conveniently inside any pocket. It can be positioned on a car's dashboard in seconds, and removed just as quickly. There is lot packed into this 64-megabyte monster. The heavy-duty handheld personal navigation device weighs only 3.9 ounces. It has a 2.8-inch screen and measures out at 3.4 by 2 inches. It is just a tad over one-half of an inch thick. Aside from being the smallest and lightest personal navigational device on the market, it also is an MP3 player, a video player, and a photo viewer.
The Pocket LOOX N100 features touch-screen guidance, 2-D and 3-D map views, intuitive menus, clear-voice guidance, lane directions, and automatic speed warnings. Searches can be done by city or address. Point-of-interest or categorical searches such as restaurants, hotels, shopping venues, and sightseeing destinations also are easy to activate.
The unit also comes with car mounts, a car charger, a lithium-ion battery, two faceplates, a pair of headphones, a mini SD card, and a USB cable. Its battery is fully rechargeable in four hours when not in use. Battery operating time depends on scope of features in use. An AC adapter is available too. It is out-of-the-box ready and simple to operate.
The Pocket LOOX N100 is made by Fujitsu Siemens and powered by Navigon's MobileNavigator software. Navigon is the overseer of distribution in the U.S. and Canada. The Navigon 5100 and the Navigon 7100 are new navigational products that will available soon. Check the company's Web site for more details.
LOOX like a winner!
For LxM James Rothaar
|Related Topics :