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  • Last update: Tuesday 18 November 2014 [113 news items]

Weak PND market worries GPS chip suppliers

Jul 11, 12:21

With global demand of Portable Navigation Device (PND) products declining rapidly in the first quarter and inventory building up, the average selling price (ASP) for PNDs trended...

GPS handset sales to account for 10% of China handset market in 2012

Jul 9, 15:09

The proportion of GPS-enabled handsets in the China market is expected to top 10% in 2012, up from less than 1% currently, as international handset vendors such as Nokia begin to...

Mitac to launch its first GPS-enabled 3G handset in 4Q

Jul 8, 14:07

Taiwan PND vendor Mitac International plans to launch its first GPS-enabled 3G handset in the fourth quarter of this year, according to company sources, who also added that the forthcoming...

Double-sided GPS handset Leap K1 from Mitac

Air Semiconductor touts low-power GPS solution

Jul 7, 16:26

While digital camera makers are eying GPS as a feature that can help differentiate their next-generation products, power consumption will be an issue makers must address, according...

China PND market growing fast but lacking order

Jul 3, 15:49

The demand for GPS (global positioning system) PNDs (portable navigation devices) in the China market is increasing fast, with the sales volume of 389,900 units in the first quarter...

Mitac GPS devices featuring SE Asian maps at CommunicAsia 2008, reports paper

Newswatch - Jun 18, 11:25

Mitac International, a Taiwan-based maker of GPS (global positioning system) PNDs (portable navigation devices), is exhibiting its Mio-branded C230 and C320b PNDs with built-in electronic...

China-based makers cut OEM prices for PNDs without maps to US$60

Jun 6, 16:35

Makers of GPS PNDs in China have triggered price-cut competition by lowering OEM prices for models without built-in electronic map data to US$60 when ordered in minimum volumes of...

Computex 2008: Mio launches new GPS devices

Jun 4, 17:56

Mio, a subsidiary of Mitac International, launched two GPS phones and a GPS navigation device at Computex 2008.

Mio Leap K1
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    Spreadtrum SC6820 baseband chip

    Spreadtrum Communications has introduced a 1GHz Android smartphone platform for TD-SCDMA (SC8810) and EDGE/WiFi (SC6820) and announced that both products are now sampling with customers...

    Photo: Company, Jan 11.

  • MSI+WindPad+100W+tablet+PC

    MSI WindPad 100W tablet PC

    MSI will unveil two new WindPad tablets. The WindPad 100W features the Wintel platform and the WindPad 100A with the ARM/Android platform. The MSI WindPad 100A features the new...

    Photo: Company, Dec 29.

  • Garmin%2DAsus+Nuvifone+A10+smartphone

    Garmin-Asus Nuvifone A10 smartphone

    Garmin-Asus has launched the Android-based Nuvifone A10 smartphone in Taiwan. Asustek Computer vice president and general manager of mobile device business, Bensen Lin, pointed...

    Photo: Company, Sep 16.

  • Intel+rugged+Classmate+PC

    Intel rugged Classmate PC

    Intel has unveiled a durable convertible classmate PC reference design. Supported by local computer manufacturers which are part of the Intel Learning series, this new addition combines...

    Photo: Company, Apr 29.

  • Lanner+LEC%2D7020+digital+signage+computer+with+3G+communications+and+GPS

    Lanner LEC-7020 digital signage computer with 3G communications and GPS

    Lanner Electronics has announced the new LEC-7020, an Intel Atom-based industrial computer with 3G, GPS and Wi-Fi capabilities. The small form factor (SFF) computer has a VGA, COM,...

    Photo: Company, Feb 11.

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