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Thursday, January 31, 2008


Garmin Nüvifone

No one was expecting it, but Garmin may have just created the iPhone's closest competitor. The GPS gurus have announced the Nüvifone ($TBA; Q3 2008), a new touchscreen device that combines a 3.5G (HSDPA) mobile phone and personal navigator. The Nüvifone has all the standard Garmin GPS features, along with a web-browser, email and messaging apps, Google local search capability, and MP3 and MPEG4/AAC support. It's also got a built-in camera that automatically tags your photos with the exact latitude and longitude of where they were taken.

9 comments: said...

I definitely think that gps enabled phones are going to be hot for 2008 and it good to see that gps manufacturers are cashing in on it too.

Good as the phone. I think we'll have to wait to see that!

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Wow, they are right on top of this. How often does this report? We are looking at an Alopek unit it is the V-Track, my buddy has it in his car and it is awesome. He paid freakin $700 for it, can you recommend a cheaper one that can do the same thing. we went to thier website at

delrond said...

I prefer this as a phone, rather than the i-phone.

Maybe this is the future for gps manufacturer's?

Just set up my own gps blog:

Would really appreciate if you could give it a once over with your critical eye.


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KAndle said...

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Springinhetveld said...

I like this since it is very much in line with where I believe the market is going!?

How good (or bad) is the Nüvi for car navigation?

Stay on track!

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