Mio introduced a series of personal navigation devices at this year's CES, completed with a flashy Knight Rider GPS. The two flagship Mio GPS model, the Moov S556 and the S556M feature a new slide-touch screen technology that was developed by the same company that produced it for Apple, according to Mio. The Mio Moov S556M also is the first in Mio's PND line-up to offer integrated MSN Direct real time traffice, weather and search. With the new top models, you can swipe down your finger on the flush touch screen to scroll through navigation options and list of POIs (Points of Interest).
The Mio S500 with a 4.7-inch screen and optional MSN Direct traffic report:
The Knight Rider card with Mio GPS built-in:
The Mio 2009 GPS products also includes the Moov S300 which offers text-to-speech, maps of the US and Canada (including a 12-million POI database), the Moov S500, the Moov S700 which has a 7-inch screen and MSN Direct traffic. These new Mio products starts at $199.