Though Mio has recently made a push to market its portable navigation systems as more than GPS devices (for example, the Mio H610), the company is going back to basics with the Mio C250. The entry-level C250 is purely focused on navigation (though it may have the ability to play music; the company is still undecided) and features a 3.5-inch touch screen. Maps of the United States will come preloaded onto an SD card, and additional SD cards with maps of other regions will be available around April. The Mio C250 is expected to ship at the end of the first quarter, for a very affordable $299.
Google's next project: Making Robots
We can't wait to see what the first "Google Bot" will be like. The Nexus 5 gets an update, and make it snow on Google+!