A GPS that does more than navigate – ClarionMIND


clarionmindThe ClarionMIND is an Intel Atom powered device for your car that provides GPS navigation, and with Wi-Fi and a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone, the Internet can be accessed via a full browser. You can use Google Maps’ huge database to check out information about a place you’ve been wanting to visit, then have the nav system guide you there. There are apps to see traffic data, weather data, youtube vids, play music, read news, access MySpace and send emails. The device has a 4.8 inch touch screen and 4GB of storage.

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  • Tyler Puckett July 30, 2009, 11:29 pm


    I get the feeling this device must have been in R&D for a few years…

  • Justin Roberts July 31, 2009, 12:35 am

    If the picture is accurate…. I see a Windows Mobile 5/6 top bar there……..

  • Karl July 31, 2009, 12:45 pm

    The picture is accurate, and you don’t, that’s matchbox (I believe, I mostly installed Debian on mine, so I can’t check.). Any coincidence of user interface metaphor is regretted.

  • Kevin Trainor August 1, 2009, 4:41 pm

    Thats great. Not only do I have to dodge morons weaving while talking on their cell phones, now they will be watching You tube, surfing the internet and sending e-mail. God help those of us riding motorcycles.

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