Nov 2nd, 2009

Those of you looking for a stand-alone GPS may be interested in this. It was posted a few days ago over at NaviGadget.

“GPS navigation system maker Mio is planning for a new lineup of device called Mio MiBuddy. The rumor is that these devices will come with Google’s Android OS as soon as 2010. What’s even better is that these GPS navigation systems will be very capable and carry the necessary components for WiFi, Bluetooth, and even WiMax – since Android makes it so easy for manufacturers to utilize those features.”

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(Image is of a Navman Spirit, not MiBuddy)

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But what good would that be for us  (soon to be) Droid users!?  Little late there, MiBuddy!

…Alright alright, I’m just playin’. There’s still room in my ride for a stand-alone. I’ve been thinkin’ a lot about it and decided that the Droid’s solution, while awesome, won’t QUITE cover all my needs. So, I still personally would like a GPS device as well as my Droid. But that’s a whole different discussion.

(….or is it?)

[Via NaviGadget]