Mio A701 it's a tri-band GSM/GPRS cell phone that runs Windows Mobile 5. It uses a SiRFstar III GPS receiver to provide positioning information. Best of all, the A701 comes in a handy package.
Anything with so much of features has to have a big screen and the A701 does not disappoint. Check out the big 2.7" TFT screen. For fun, Mio has also included a 1.3 megapixel camera. Of course, Bluetooth is provided as well for your wireless needs.
The A701 comes with a decent amount of on-board memory - 192 megs. Anyone that's ever used a PDA phone knows that's never enough, so Mio also provides a SD/MMC slot to up the memory to 2GB. A compass on the device provides the usual distance to location as well as compass arrow.
Looking up points of interest is a breeze: at the touch of a button, you can access the nearest restaurants or entertainment houses along the way. An interesting feature is the ability of the device to send GPS co-ordinates via text messages - using which you can inform your friends with the A701 of your location.
Priced at €649 (with Mio Maps) and €549 (without Maps), the Mio A701 is available now in Europe. Mio's website. US and Asia release soon.