Fujitsu Siemens may not traditionally be known for their navigation solutions, but they’ve got two new additions to the Pocket LOOX series that should keep you heading in the right direction, bobbing your head all the while.
The N100 and N110 are virtually identical, with one slight difference separating the two: the former apparently runs on its 2 gigabytes of internal memory alone, whereas the latter adds in a miniSD expansion slot for you to stash extra maps, tunes, and the like.
Yes, tunes. Both units are more than capable of being MP3 players in their own right, humming out audio with the best of them, including MP3, WMA, and AAC formats.
The (2.8-inch) touchscreen interface appears quite intuitive, and you can customize the look with interchangeable faceplates (I kind of like the carbon fiber look myself). No word on pricing or availability at this time.