Do-it-all Korean sat-nav for fun on the road

26th Feb 2007 | 00:00

Do-it-all Korean sat-nav for fun on the road

So much more than just a GPS box from Korean firm Freesat

That attractive little number you see above is the latest funky satellite-navigation system to come out of South Korea, or The Home of Genuinely Practical Gadgets, as we're starting to know it.

Aside from the navigation features, the FreesatCelrun FDN-3700 is really a mini media centre powered by a 520MHz Intel PXA270 CPU and an undisclosed version of Windows Mobile. There's 4GB of internal flash memory and a CompactFlash slot for storing all those newly legal BitTorrented movies you've downloaded.

Naturally, a device like this can also turn its hand to gaming and the one thing that defines humanity so well - karaoke. It also supports the TPEG protocol the delivers over-the-air traffic information and updated maps are available to download for free. No word on the price yet but it's likely to cost around £750 when it appears in March.

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