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Amsterdam, September 25, 2006 – ROUTE 66, the personal mobile navigation specialist, has announced the launch of Chicago, a series of four ultra slim design portable car navigation systems. Named after the first city along the famous highway ROUTE 66 in the United States, the Chicago suite marks the entry of ROUTE 66 into the portable car navigation systems market.With its screen size of no less than 4.3 inch, its thickness of only 24 mm and its weight of just 210 gram, the Chicago is among the slimmest and lightest widescreen portable car navigation systems currently available on the market. Standard the Chicago comes equipped with an extensive set of features, such as two- and three-dimensional maps, day view and night view, free safety cameras in most of the countries of Europe as well as advanced infotainment features like a MP3 player with earphones.The Chicago comes in four different flavours. Equipped with a detailed country or regional map which is embedded in the European major roads map, the Chicago 6000 and 7000 are targeted at the regional traveller. The Chicago 8000 and 9000 are equipped with the detailed map of entire Europe and are therefore meant for the continental traveller. In addition, the Chicago 7000 and 9000 support free traffic information in many countries of Europe by means of an integrated RDS-TMC receiver. Next to the Chicago suite, ROUTE 66 also introduces a “Map of Europe” DVD which enables Chicago 6000 and 7000 users to upgrade their navigation system to the entire territory of Europe.“With more than ten years of experience in personal mobile navigation, our entry into the portable car navigation systems market is a logical next step for us”, said Job van Dijk, Chief Commercial Officer at ROUTE 66. “With the Chicago we have succeeded to bring a portable car navigation device to the market that has not only a wider screen than the competition but that is also slimmer and lighter than the competition. The Chicago even fits in your pocket”.The Chicago is available in stores near you in early November and on www.66.com. The recommended retail prices of the Chicago suite is as follows: ROUTE 66 Chicago 6000 (regional map without traffic information): € 299.95 ROUTE 66 Chicago 7000 (regional map with traffic information): € 349.95 (€ 399.95 in Ireland, United Kingdom and France) ROUTE 66 Chicago 8000 (European map without traffic information): € 399.95 ROUTE 66 Chicago 9000 (European map with traffic information): € 449.95 (€ 499.95 in Ireland, United Kingdom and France) ROUTE 66 Chicago “Map of Europe” DVD: € 79.95For more information on the Chicago series, please visit www.66.com.About ROUTE 66ROUTE 66 started the on-board navigation market for mobile phones. ROUTE 66 is a software company, specialized in the field of personal mobile navigation. ROUTE 66 sells its products and services in the Asian, West-European and North-American markets. ROUTE 66 was founded in 1992 and is a privately held company. ROUTE 66, one of the most powerful brands in the industry, owns the brand name rights to the ROUTE 66 trademark and the ROUTE 66 logo in the United States, Europe, China and Japan.
“It’s a sad fact of life that people entering prison often attempt to smuggle cellphones in with them by hiding them, um, internally. And I’m not talking hamster-like cheek pouches. This practise was not begun until well past the 80s (think Motorola brick phone; think “not enough KY in the world”), but even with the latest strides in miniaturisation it’s still something of a squeeze to fit the latest handset up when you’re going down.Convicts can say a silent prayer of thanks to the designers of the Xun Chi 138, which at 70 mm long and under 55 grams in weight is a far easier phone to conceal. Sadly they’ll have to pass up on a few features most mobiles take for granted – Bluetooth, memory card expansion and a keypad have all been left out. Still, the tick-list is still impressively full, with a 1.3 megapixel camera (that apparently only takes VGA shots), GPRS, mp3 player and – via a touchscreen – handwriting recognition. Although the Xun Chi 138 do not have Bluetooth or IrDA, it can be used as USB thumbdrive to transfer media files between your pc and the phone. 121MB internal memory is available to store your files.” More photos at slashphone.com
“If you’re still in shock after reading the impressive news about the Samsung SGH-P130 card phone, LG now introduces the same kind of phone, but even more impressive! In only 10.95mm and a 2” display with a 170 view angle, there’s a mp3 player, video capabilities, and a DMB TV tuner! The video quality is provided by the XD technology, the excellent Digital Engine, for use outside and under the sun. This phone will be sold in Korea, under the following references: LG-SB610, LG-KB6100, and LG-LB6100.” More photos at akihabaranews.com
“If, like me, you often find yourself sitting on your sofa with a notebook perched on your lap while you keep one eye on the TV and the other on your favourite websites, the Q1 is a great companion. When you’ve got all your bookmarks setup, you need very little in the way of keyboard input to read your regular sites, so kicking back on your sofa with a Q1 in your paws is an altogether more appealing prospect. Likewise, watching video on the Q1 proved to be far more enjoyable than I had expected, despite the relatively small 7in screen. In fact, once I’d settled in to watch the last couple of episodes of 24, I completely forgot that I was viewing on a small screen, and just became immersed in the demise of President Logan and the abduction of Jack.” Read this review here: