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Destinator 9.1 Features by Intrinsic Software - CES 2010

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by , 01-15-2010 at 03:56 PM (4353 Views)

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Destinator is made by Intrinsic Software. Destinator 9 is cross platform, not only supporting Windows but also iphone, android, and linux. There is now a Destinator nav store to visit and download a free trial. After 14 days of a free trial, you still get free map browsing but not turn by turn navigation. The maps range around $30. There is a 3D version of points of interest, and there are now double the POI with 4 million, lane guidance and speed limits, real renderings of highway and exit signs. There is a new rendered for the maps so that the text is crisp and clearer. Coming soon are social networks and user generated content. You will be able to see MySpace/Facebook contacts on the maps as well as their most recent tweet.

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I was just surprised by how slow their small overlay was, Maybe it was just when I was playing with it, but there was a 2 second lag time on everything
Yeah, we got into the bios and messed with it a bit. The display however is rotated once windows boots, which means that other OSs might have a bit of a problem getting the display properly set. It's a normal screen set in portrait mode.

The board should support 2gb ram, it's the exact same hardware that's in their eeePC netbooks.
A couple of us got a chance to reboot it and get into the bios, it's a standard intel Atom board, so you can boot off external USB and install Linux or whatnot on it. I like how he did not answer the question on if the board could support more than 1gb of ram . Out of the box it's running Windows XP, with Asus's cute little frontend on top of the desktop.