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Nokia Bluetooth GPS Module LD-4W is Slim and Sexy

Not satisfied with just being the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia is setting out to capture every other segment of the market as well. The newly announced Nokia 500 takes on the personal navigation side of things, but what if you don’t want to have a separate machine to help guide you through town?

The Nokia LD-4W may look like a slim Bluetooth headset, but it is actually a Bluetooth GPS module that can pair with many smartphones to help find your way to grandma’s house. Featuring a very attractive black and silver color scheme, the LD-4W is fairly minimalist in appearance, but it’s got all the GPS you need. Criticals include a 10 hour battery life, 31 grams of weight, and some simple LED indicators.

Look for the Nokia LD-4W Bluetooth GPS Module to sell for about 125 Euros.

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