Moto's T815 receiver
Motorola's T815 receiver, when coupled with its new MotoNav software, turns a Bluetooth-enabled smart phone or Java handset into a navigation device. The receiver is small enough to fit into a pocket, or it can clip onto a car's sun visor. The product will come in two versions--one for smart phones and one for mass-market Java-based phones.
The smart-phone version will come with all the maps and navigation software installed on a memory card. Users pay a onetime fee for the memory card and simply slot it into the device. Users with Java-based phones can sign up for a 12-month subscription service that delivers maps and directions to their phone. The T815 and MotoNav will be available in the second quarter of 2007.
February 15, 2007 10:05 AM PST
Photo by: Motorola
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