G1 I-Navi missing the kitchen sink



It seems that Koreans are always receiving all the good stuff, and the G1 from I-Navi is certainly another device in a growing list. This navigation device is endowed with a 800 x 480 resolution LCD display that is extremely bright, powered by an AU1200 chipset from RMI to help you find your way around. In addition, it comes with a geomagnetic sensor and gravity sensor that works great in tandem with the I-Navi map matching engine for a more accurate and faster readout instead of just relying on your GPS antenna in other products. This technology ensures that even when you make your way through underground tunnels or a multi-pass area, there is no worry of losing your GPS signals. Neat, eh?

Source: AVing

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Mike Says: August 15, 2007 at 2:09 pm

Why does the review on aving.net look like it was written by someone who’s first language is NOT English? Maybe because of sentences like the following:

“Multimenu is placed on the outside just like the multi-tasking device and keys for controlling volume and menu are placed on the outside for the use when driving.”

where they don’t know how to properly use the words “a” and “the.”

“Multimenu is placed on the outside” and “for the use when driving”??????? *sheesh* And that was just one example. The page is riddled with them.

They are supposed to be a multi-national website so you’d figure they could hire a native-speaking English person to proof-read the english pages, a native-speaking German to do the German pages, etc.

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