German navigation maker Medion introduced two new systems at CeBIT last week: GoPal S2310 and X4510 (above). These two models use the new version 3.0 of the GoPal navigation software which was very successful in version 2.0.
This new version is offered in 3 alternatives : ME (Medium Edition), AE (Advanced Edition) and PE (Premium Edition). It uses maps from Navteq.
GoPal S2310 has a 3.5″ screen and has a sporty outdoors form factor characterized by its round design all in roundnesses and antishock plastics. It has a tracking mode to record its course and export to Google Earth in order to visualize them.
GoPal S2310 will be sold for 299€.
GoPal X4510 has a big 4″ screen that can support 16.7 million colors. It integrates a gyroscope and an e-compass (electronic compass) in order to simulate navigation without GPS reception. It is also characterized by its micro SD port.
Its main features :
- TFT screen at 4″, 16.7 million colors at 480×272 pixels resolution
- Centrality Atlas II Processor at 324 MHz
- 256 MB of integrated memory
- microSD port (up to 2 Go)
- Hands free Bluetooth Kit
- Integrated RDS/TMC Receiver in Premium version
- GoPal 3 navigation software
- Voice synthesis to pronounce street names
- MP3 player
- Images viewer
- Windows CE 5.0
The price of GoPal X4510 would be of 499€ and it should be provided with the maps of Europe. There also a remote control that can be fixed on the wheel and to control the navigation device available as an option… via