Electronista: Mio introduced four new Moov portable navigation devices in its booth at the recently-concluded CES, each sporting new Spirit software interface that is meant to be both simpler and more intuitive to use.
Hinted at near the start of this year, the interface borrowed from the Navman line will offer more POIs, along with faster access, less cluttered map views and text-to-speech functionality.
A 3D Junction View feature is added in the new flagship model, the S556, which has a 4.7-inch touchscreen display and Bluetooth support that allows for hands-free calling.
The S556 will also share basic features with the new entry-level S300, which has a smaller 3.5-inch screen. The text-to-speech voice directions are available in English, Spanish and French. The new S500 model has identical features packed into a larger body with a 4.7-inch touchscreen. Finally, the largest Moov S700 is meant for use in RVs, buses and campers with its 7-inch display.