10/17/2007 2:50:00 PM
Satnav gets mobile
A device to turn your mobile into a satnav system has been launched by a company called Jentro.
The GPS4Now links to any Java-based mobile phone via Bluetooth and users can download individual journeys for 79p each, or take out a subscription at £4.99 a month for unlimited journeys.
The device costs £49.99 and includes one month’s free subscription. It is available now from The Carphone Warehouse and through distributors 20:20, Unique, Kondor and Dextra.
Similarly, Motorola has also launched a Bluetooth satnav device recently called the T805 which retails for £119.19.