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RadarBot GPS Navigator

by Isaiah on July 24, 2012


Check out this newly added GPS navigator to Chinavasion’s product page, the RadarBot. The device is equipped with a 5.0-inch 800 x 480 display, a 600MHz ARM11 processor, a 128MB RAM, a 4GB of flash storage, an SD card slot (up to 16GB), a built-in Speed Radar Detector (w/ voice warning when exceeding speed limit), an FM transmitter, a multimedia player, a built-in 1.5W speaker, a 1000mAh battery and runs on Windows CE 6.0 operating system. The RadarBot will set you back just $104.50. [Product Page]

Garmin Fenix GPS Watch

by Johan on July 17, 2012

Garmin Fenix GPS Watch

The Garmin Fenix GPS watch is perfect for you if you’re a hiker, mountaineer, mountain biker, or backcountry skier. The gadget offers a variety of advanced GPS functions, including GPS tracking system that records your journey. The Garmin Fenix also features ANT and Bluetooth capabilities to talk with external sensors and wirelessly share data. Other specs include an LCD display with a LED backlight, an altimeter, a barometer, a compass and a polyurethane wristband. Its battery provides enough juice for up to 50-hour of operating time in GPS mode, or 6 weeks in watch mode. The Garmin Fenix GPS watch retails for $400. [technabob]


Chinavasion has just added a new 7.0-inch touchscreen GPS navigator to its product page that comes with a built-in DVR for capturing video of road situations in VGA quality. Codenamed CVXC-TR45, the device is packed with a 7.0-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen display, an MT3329 GPS chipset, a 128MB RAM, a microSD card slot (2x 4GB card included), an FM radio, a multimedia player, Bluetooth, a 1200mAh battery and runs on Windows CE 6.0 operating system. The CVXC-TR45 will set you back just $99.65. [Product Page]

Garmin GLO Portable GPS And GLONASS Receiver

Garmin International Inc. has recently introduced the GLO portable GPS and GLONASS receiver. The device uses both GPS and GLONASS satellites to “lock on” to a position, providing more accurate satellite navigation for users. The GLO wirelessly connects to iOS or Android devices via Bluetooth connectivity. Its battery provides enough juice for up to 12-hour of operating time. Garmin will release the GLO in August 2012 at a suggested retail price of $99. [Press Release]


Check out this new Android GPS navigator from Chinavasion, the CyberNav. Codenamed CVMF-TR38-N1, the device packs a 7.0-inch 800 x 480 resistive multi-touch display, a 1.2GHz A10 processor, a 512MB DDR3 RAM, an 8GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), a powerful SIRF Star IV GPS chipset, a built-in multimedia player, an FM transmitter, WiFi, a 1500mAh battery and runs on Android 2.3 OS. The CVMF-TR38-N1 will set you back just $115.55. [Product Page]