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Review: Nokia Navigation Kit for N800 Internet Tablet

Jul 17, 2007, 09:45 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Nokia's Navigation Kit for the N800 Internet Tablet works great when used in a car in metropolitan outskirts. However, the unit seems a bit pricey for what you get, is ill-suited to outdoor use, and seems to struggle holding a fix when the battery gets low.

"The Kit consists of a small, Nokia-branded 'LD-3W' hardware GPS receiver unit, a sturdy, highly configurable windshield mount for the N800, and a 2GB SD card containing navigation software and maps (choose Europe or North America/Canada). TeleAtlas supplied the maps, while the navigation software was supplied by Navicore, a small, recently-acquired (by Wayfinder) company based in Espoo, Finland..."

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