CrunchDeals: ClarionMiND Mobile Internet Navigation Device for $200


Remember the ClarionMiND? “MiND” being an acronym for “Mobile Internet Navigation Device,” the more-than-a-GPS system handles your in-car navigation but also pulls double duty as a tiny computer as well, with an Intel Atom CPU, YouTube browser, MySpace application, web browser, and more.

Originally priced at around $500, Amazon is selling the ClarionMiND for just $200.

Further specs include the following:

  • 4.8 inch WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) LCD Display with touch screen
  • Intel Atom Architecture (800 MHz)
  • 512MB DRAM
  • 4 GB solid state drive (SSD) flash memory
  • Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g)
  • Bluetooth 2.0+EDR with DUN (Dial-up Network) profile
  • SiRFstarIII GPS module with 20-channel GPS receiver
  • Li-Ion battery (Small Battery: 2 hours, Optional Large Battery: 4 hours)
  • Built-In amplifier and speaker
  • 3.5mm external headphone connector
  • 2 USB ports (standard/mini)
  • microSD card slot
  • Docking Station (NK1*1) connector
  • RDS-TMC Traffic Ready (lifetime subscription; optional car dock required)

On behalf of all other motorists, please pull over if you’re going to be using any of the actual features on this thing. Or at least have your passenger steer for you while you update your MySpace page.

Clarion MiND Mobile Internet Navigation Device [Amazon via dealnews]