Reghardware reviews the Fujitsu-Siemens Pocket Loox N100 — touted as “the first pocket navigator to combine NAVIGON MobileNavigator|6 with an integrated SiRFstar III chipset and antenna for a powerful, fuss-free and fast GPS solution.” That’s not all, the N100 is also a portable media player, gaming system, and music player all-in-one. Here’s the verdict:

Speed cameras aside, Fujitsu Siemens’ Pocket Loox N100 performed like a charm. Route selection has so far proved to be prudent and despite the occasional stutter, the software looks good and feels responsive. Since the N100 will make it to store shelves bearing a price tag of around £250 ($473) it should be a phenomenal success even without the speed-camera data

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Reghardware reviews the Fujitsu-Siemens Pocket Loox N100 — touted as “the first pocket navigator to combine NAVIGON MobileNavigator|6 with an integrated SiRFstar III chipset and antenna for a powerful, fuss-free and fast GPS solution.” That’s not all, the N100 is also a portable media player, gaming system, and music player all-in-one. Here’s the verdict:

Speed cameras aside, Fujitsu Siemens’ Pocket Loox N100 performed like a charm. Route selection has so far proved to be prudent and despite the occasional stutter, the software looks good and feels responsive. Since the N100 will make it to store shelves bearing a price tag of around £250 ($473) it should be a phenomenal success even without the speed-camera data

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