Russian Art. Lebedev Studio (you know, the company behind the Optimus Maximus and Optimus Tactus keyboards, speakers shaped as speaker icons and so on) returns with another impressive concept; the Navigarius GPS Device. It doesn’t promise features not available in other windshield mounted GPS devices, but it is round and that’s enough for me, I want it.
As far as I can tell there’s no word on when (or even if) this thing will go into production, but let’s hope it does soon.
Link: Art. Lebedev: Navigarius Product Page (Russian)
Here’s Nokia N96 8MP, the first Nokia phone to break the 8 megapixel mark. It’s N-Gage ready, S60-powered and sports Carl Zeiss Tessar optics, 8GB internal Flash memory, a 2.6" OLED QVGA screen, assisted GPS (as well as compass) and a stand for easy video watching.
The Nokia N86 8MP is expected to begin shipping in the second quarter of 2009 with an estimated retail price of EUR 375, before taxes and subsidies.
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Porsche Design just announced the follow-up to P’9521, a quad-band cell phone milled from a single solid block of aluminum and a single sheet of scratchproof glass.
Besides the black and brushed appearance the P’9522 offers Wi-Fi, GPS, a 2.8" AM OLED display, fingerprint sensor and a five megapixel still/video camera with flash and digital zoom.
Official site: www.mobileporschedesign.com
If you’re looking for a premium GPS navigator the Porsche Design P’9611 Navigator might just be worth checking out. Besides features like “Reality View” which tries to provide an authentic depiction of the route and alternative route offers to bypass jams and holdups it can automatically adjust the instruction voice volume depending on how fast you’re going and vehicle noise so you won’t have to when going off-road or in the fast lane.
Besides the GPS receiver it’s equipped with a “high-performance” Bluetooth hands-free device and digital maps of 38 European countries with over two million special destinations.
Navigon.com: Porsche Design Navigator P’9611 (€795.00, about US$1,130)
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