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Win a sat-nav system from Mio!

Want to impress your friends on weekends away with your navigation skills and knowledge of local boozers? Enter our competition to win a Mio C250 or H610


For anyone who missed it last week, we've launched a new round of competitions for February in our Win Things section on CNET.co.uk. On Friday we announced our fantastic Canon competition, in which you can win a Canon digital camera and compact photo printer, and today we're excited about the second of our new competitions, 'Win a sat-nav system from Mio!'

Mio is making a name for itself with its range of stylish satellite-navigation systems aimed at drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. We've got together with the head honchos at Mio and they've kindly given us two of their latest systems, the C250 and the H610 -- we thought you travel-crazy bunch might like to get your hands on them.

The Mio C250 is the company's in-car system, featuring a large, easy-to-use 89mm (3.5-inch) high-resolution touchscreen and MioMap v3 software with seven-digit postcode search. The GPS device will give you clear video and audio instructions to your chosen destination, and if you do need to finish your journey on foot, the C250 is small enough to use as a handheld device in pedestrian mode. It also has a built-in MP3 player, so you can cruise along to all your favourite driving tracks.

The Mio H610 is the company's 'Personal Travel Assistant' and with its interchangeable covers is designed be a stylish addition to your handbag/manbag. It features a 69mm (2.7-inch) touchscreen and the traditional GPS software, but in addition it boasts an MP3 player, a photo viewer and 1GB of storage space to store all your files. It also has a range of rather addictive games, and various useful tools such as weather information, currency converter and, usefully, clothing size conversions to help you spend even more money when shopping abroad.

Both these systems come with maps of 24 European countries pre-installed, so you can pop them in your hand luggage on a weekend away and impress your buddies with directions to the nearest station, restaurant or local boozer.

To stand a chance of winning a Mio sat-nav device just visit our Win Things section in Digital Living and click on the 'Win a sat-nav system from Mio!' competition. Answer the simple multiple-choice question and, if you're correct, you'll go into the prize draw. Good luck! -KM