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Sony Ericsson P910a GPS Wisepilot


P910A-Gps-WisepilotIf you happen to have a Sony Ericcson P910a phone, you can get GPS navigation features now with a product from Wisepilot. Basically for $99 you get a Bluetooth GPS receiver and the Wisepilot software. Your first month of Wisepilot is free, and after that you pay a monthly service charge.

Our advice…. Well for $99 you get a fairly nice bluetooth GPS receiver which isn’t a bad deal. But who knows what phones this software will run on in the future and most people only keep their mobile phones for a year or two. Your next phone might not be likely to run this software. This might work out to be a good deal if you already have the phone and intend to keep it for a few years, otherwise you might be better off getting a dedicated GPS navigation device.

4 Responses

  1. just wanted to get more info on P910a gps.

    antonio - June 8th, 2006
  2. I don’t have a lot more information about this product to tell at this point. The Wisepilot software costs about $30 per month and is available on a few select phones. Sorry I can’t help with more info.

    GPS Review - June 8th, 2006
  3. I acctually was visiting the Wisepilot site some days ago and they today supports more then 100 models. I found my new phone, the nokia N95 allready supported even though I got a pre-production sample.

    Reiner - April 11th, 2007
  4. I have use a tria version of Wisepilot on my Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro phone. What I have concluded is:
    (1) You need a dedicated internet connection once you are on the road, because it continously monitor your location. If you do not have an internet on your phone and you change your direction due to some reason (for example having a meal on your way), you would be in a difficult situation to reroute.
    (2) I have not find a Contact phone# of Wisepilot anywhere, on their website or on the product itself to investigate the problematic feature of the service, for example, when you are driving, it continuously,transmits annoying audio/text messages, “You are on the wrong way, do you want to reroute your way?” even your are following the right path.

    nomad - June 22nd, 2011

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