At first glance, these glossy piano black cubes may look like some new competiton for the iPod Shuffle, but these fashionable little gizmos are not mp3 players, but rather, Bluetooth GPS receivers from Visiontac called the VGPS-700. They went head to head with the Navicore Personal 2007 GPS in the size competition over at Gizmodo where volume comparison of worthy gadgets is a common ritual of geekdom.
However, it seems that other than the size factor, there’s nothing much else really exciting here. It uses the SiRF Star III chipset and has a 17-20 hour battery-life.
Visiontac introduces world’s smallest Bluetooth GPS receiver [Via: MobileMag]