Brian Lam of Gizmodo gives us a hand-on look at Pioneer’s AVIC-S1 handheld GPS receiver. Powered by Windows CE, it features a 3.5-inch touch screen display, SiRF III GPS module, Bluetooth connectivity, and 2GB of Flash memory. Video after the jump.

The skinny: GPS with 3D maps, and really sexy voice cues (sexier by far than either TomTom or Garmin), no street name reading, really terrible point of interest database, painfully slow Windows-based interface, glare prone screen, and bluetooth connectivity to the phone (for speakerphoning while driving.)

[via Gizmodo]

Brian Lam of Gizmodo gives us a hand-on look at Pioneer’s AVIC-S1 handheld GPS receiver. Powered by Windows CE, it features a 3.5-inch touch screen display, SiRF III GPS module, Bluetooth connectivity, and 2GB of Flash memory. Video after the jump.

The skinny: GPS with 3D maps, and really sexy voice cues (sexier by far than either TomTom or Garmin), no street name reading, really terrible point of interest database, painfully slow Windows-based interface, glare prone screen, and bluetooth connectivity to the phone (for speakerphoning while driving.)

[via Gizmodo]