COMPUTEX, Taipei, June 3, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - Mio Technology is gearing up for the second half of 2009 and are showing their ambition by launching all new series' of GPS devices - the Moov V500 and V700 range featuring built-in digital TV tuner, the Mio Explora K75 and K70 GPS phones with GPS receivers, and the Litepad series of netbooks at Computex 2009.
"Visitors will find that Mio is speeding up to provide more consumer-oriented products, as Mio is devoted to finding out what consumers' want and develop 'in-touch' products," said Steve Chang, Vice President of Mio Technology. "Moving forward, Mio will build on our solid experience of developing leading navigation solutions and integrating stylish hardware design to provide more versatile PNDs and communication products that fit the modern mobile life style."
Explora K75, the Winner of "Best Choice Award of Computex 2009"
Positioned as a new and combined PND + Smartphone, making it an economic choice for users, the Explora K75 is praised for not only having an ultra-slim body and 3.5" touch screen but also including the exciting Mio Spirit inside. The Explora K75 is honored with the "Best Choice Award of Computex 2009" for its combination of the best-in-class GPS sensitivity and breakthrough navigation software - "Mio Spirit" mobile edition, featuring the intuitive user interface and faster searching of POI's. With the touch of a dedicated hot key, users can easily switch from navigation mode to smartphone mode and access documents and a range of multimedia options on the Windows Mobile(R) 6.1 OS.
Global Launch of Mio Moov V500 and V700
The launch of the Mio Moov V500 and V700 range of PNDs with a built-in TV makes Mio the first major GPS company to launch a comprehensive line of digital TV PNDs. The Moov V Series is designed to be the ultimate in-mobile entertainment and navigation on the road, making an ideal companion for the family time in coming travel season.
Fresh from Mio the Litepad N890 and Litepad N1210
Mio will also showcase its first netbook series--Litepad N890 and Litepad N1210. The two models incorporate excellent netbook features including quick boot, built-in 3.5G broadband, WIFI and Bluetooth(R) wireless connectivity.
The Litepad N890 features a convenient and easy-to-carry 8.9" display and a GPS receiver that uses the MioMap(TM) navigation software and location based services to enable users to explore more wherever they are.
The Litepad N1210 offers a generous 12.1" and 180 degrees folding display for optimal document viewing, plus an HDMI 1080P video port for HDMI signal output to a high definition TV, providing an excellent entertainment performance. The two models both feature an ultra slim design and lightweight body for easy portability. The specifications and launch schedules are expected in Q4 2009.
About COMPUTEX TAIPEI
COMPUTEX TAIPEI has become the largest computer exhibition in Asia and the second largest in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. Each year, key global businesses come to this event to launch their new products. Since a large portion of the businesses in the world have research and deployment centers or production facilities in Taiwan, this exhibition attracts observers, analysts, and journalists of computer and information industries from all over the world to discover and report the latest technologies, developments, and trends. For more information, please visit www.computextaipei.com.tw.
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Mio Technology Corp.
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Source: COMPUTEX TAIPEI
Topic: Corporate Announcement
Sectors: IT & Internet
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