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Netbook Mio P520G with GPS and 3G

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Company Mio Technology, a leading manufacturer of GPS-devices, introduced its new, relatively compact netbook Mio P520G, with integrated GPS-receiver.

Netbooks with built-in GPS-receivers has not so much. For example, the first netbook from Nokia called Booklet 3G GPS-receiver is, but this gadget, as P520G from Mio, also has not sold.

And unlike smartphones and communicators, netbooks very convenient to use as GPS-navigator through the larger screen.



Characteristics of Mio P520G:

  • Built-in GPS-receiver
  • Slot for SIM-card
  • Processor Intel Atom N270 1,6 GHz
  • 1 GB DDR2 RAM
  • Wireless Adapters Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and optional 3G
  • 8.9 inch LCD display with a resolution 1024h600 pixel (WSVGA)
  • Three-section battery
  • Web-camera
  • Weight is 890 grams
  • Colors: black, blue, brown and white

The device is running Windows XP Home.

Information about price and date of commencement of sales of navigation netbook Mio P520G yet.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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ScarlettJacob said...

Company Mio Technology, a leading manufacturer of GPS-devices, introduced its new, relatively compact netbook Mio P520G, with integrated GPS-receiver. Netbooks with built-in GPS-receivers has not so much.
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