Drivers may wish to recycle mobile phone and opt for Garmin-Asus handset
9 July 2010 — 7:02 PM
Brits could recycle their mobile phone and replace it with a handset that doubles up as both a communication device and a satnav.
The Garmin-Asus Nuvifone M10 has been reviewed by Ben Williams, of CNET UK, who says it is a "sturdy piece of kit".
He notes the front of the device is stylish and attractive, with the screen surrounded by a classy chrome band.
While Mr Williams admits it is not the greatest smartphone to have ever hit the market, its provision of a top-class satnav from Garmin could make it a shrewd investment for those who spend a lot of time on the road or navigating busy towns.
"The battery cover on the rear has a rubberised finish that makes it easy to keep a grip on the phone and Garmin-Asus has sensibly added a standard 3.5mm headphone jack to the top," states the reviewer.
Garmin says it is based on the principles of innovation, value, service, performance and convenience.
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