New Moto Multi Navigation System is based off one slick compass

Dec 22, 2008

The Moto is a Multi Navigation System designed by Jeongmin Ok. This sleek looking navigation system is based of the design of a compass. As odd as that sounds, this device concept just looks so beautiful. Depending on what car you have this device just may make your ride look bad.

OK says “a compass symbolizes accuracy, a device that never lets you down and guides you all the way to your destination.” The word Moto also means movement in Italian. The Moto Multi Navigation System also features Bluetooth and a camera for use with wireless communication.

The 3.5-inch touchscreen can display content in two different modes, one is a visual of the street and directions and the other displays very simple, clean directions for the driver to follow. The casing is made of a strong aluminum die-casting frame. There is also a microSD card slot, power input and headphones input along the side of the device.

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