T3: Not just your average sat nav unit, the ClarionMiND is described as a ‘next -generation mobile device’, despite looking suspiciously like a slight twist on the very last generation UMPC.
Still, it’s not a bad little thing, packing in the ubiquitous Atom processor, a 4.8-inch screen, 4GB SSD, 512MB of RAM and Wi-Fi/3G/Bluetooth 2.0+ connectivity for all your handheld essentials.
It’s good for media playback, web browsing (with its flash-friendly Firefox browser) and email, as well as offering applications for YouTube and MySpace. Everything you need in a motorway service station car park in fact.
Once back on the open road, you can hook it up on the windscreen to take advantage of the SiRFstarIII GPS and real-time traffic support.