ClarionMiND Mobile Internet Navigation Device

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I have to tell you the truth. When I first saw the pictures of this little Internet tablet I got pretty excited. Right after that, with trembling hands I started moving the mouse up and down to read the rest of the news and get all the device’s specs. My first thought after swallowing the whole press release? “I wish I could grab one of these devices!”. As a matter of fact, devices like this always make me think how right I am when I think that technology is heading towards a world where everything will be embedded in one light, small, thin device (instead of tons of devices doing different things). A device just like ClarionMiND Mobile Internet Navigation Device.

This little jewel, which makes me think of Nokia Internet Tablet, is stuffed with all those things  you need to stay always connected to the Internet while on the go. In fact it boasts:

  • GPS navigation.
  • Intel Atom processor.
  • 512MB RAM.
  • 4GB SSD flash memory.
  • A 4.8″ WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) touchscreen.
  • Wi-fi antenna.
  • Bluetooth 2.0.
  • microSD™ card slot.
  • 2 USB port.
  • It comes in 3 colors: black, red, white

But the best is still to come! ClarionMiND comes with the following software:

  • Built-in Firefox-based web browser.
  • Tons of widgets to watch, play and read YouTube, Myspace, weather, Google Maps, e-mails etc.
  • It comes with tons of Maps of the USA and Canada. (The two countries are actually entirely covered)
  • Linux Kernel operating system.


ClarionMiND Mobile Internet Navigation Device is available for $650 with free shipping at Crutchfield.com. If you are looking for alternatives to this portable media player let me say that there are plenty of it like: i-Station T5, A9, Archos 5, OndaVX767, V10 and many others! Just dig in Web Talk!

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