CES 2008: Asus P527 GPS Phone

Posted: Jan 3 2008, 12:43pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:31am CDT, in News | CES


CES 2008: Asus P527 GPS Phone
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ASUS, today announced plans to launch its award-winning GPS smart phone in the United States early this year and will show the P527 at the CES 2008.

The Asus P527 took home already one of the CES Innovation Design and Engineering awards for 2008.
The P527 highlights amongst the host of versatile functions are Travelog and Location Courier. While Travelog enables users to record travel routes and export data to Google Earth, Location Courier serves as a S.O.S. device to send a user's GPS position to five preset phone numbers. In such cases of emergency, SMS messages will be delivered to the preset receivers with a touch of a button. The Asus P527 combines the features of a cell phone, navigator and PDA and will be the first Asus phone available in the United States.
Via Asus site. Photo via Slashphone.

CES 2008 will start on January 7th, but the new product announcements are already pouring in.
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