Find a designer suit via GPS

Mio's new handheld device is for shopaholics

GPS shopping device

It happens to us all the time too: Jet over to Paris or Milan for a shopping weekend, and you have no idea where to start. Well fear not, for help is on the way.

Mio, maker of pocket PC and GPS devices , has a new personal travel assistant that comes preinstalled with "vital shopping data" such as size conversions and foreign measurements, as well as an MP3 player, games and the necessary satellite guidance to satisfy all your designer needs. The Mio H610, which has a 2.7-inch touch screen, also has three interchangeable covers and sells in Europe for around $530, according to Gadget Candy. Finally, we'll be able to find the nearest Ross.

(Photo: Mio Technology)

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