Vector Portable GPS here in the Philippines

I remember the time when I came to the States I can’t go anywhere I wanted to go. Why? I don’t have a valid driver’s license to be able to drive. So one way is to I done is to apply a driver’s license at the DMV to be able to drive legally. The exam and the practical exam what a easy breezy to me. I been driving since 19xx and the skill that a filipino driver cannot be compared with any driver from the States. Got my driver’s license by mail now my problem is I don’t know my way to point A to point B. My sister was forced to buy a GPS for me to use and so that I can driver her son to his karate classes. Driving a stickshift Ford F150 and getting lost is not my option. Highway in the States is between 50-60 mph to my approx. is between 100-140 km here in the Philippines. Once your in the Interstate you don’t want to get lost on you way and you don’t have anyone to ask for directions. Having a GPS is a good thing that a driver should have.


I got to see this Vector Portable GPS V100 in one of the event that I attended here in the Philippines. The sales person guy gave me a brief description of their products and it’s features.


  • Touch Screen: 4.3″, 480 x 272 pixels
  • Turn-by-turn voice directions
  • 75,000 km of roads and 50,000 points of interest (restos, shops, travel destination, schools, hospitals, goverment offices, and many more)
  • Customized itineraries
  • Alternate route calculation
  • 1 year free map updates, 1 year warranty
  • hands free calling
  • Music & Video player, Photo Viewer
  • Extra: games, calculator, measurement converter, language options
  • Usuable in the U.S., Europe, and Asia = you just need to download the specific destination that you will be using your Vector V100
  • Powered by
  • GPS / CPU : SiRFatlasV ARM11 533 Mhz
  • RAM : 128 MB DDR
  • Operating system : Microsoft Windows CE 6.0
  • Navigation software : NDrive
  • Internal memory : 2 GB flash
  • Card slot : Micro SD (8GB max)
  • Connectivity : Buetooth
  • USB : 2.0 high speed, activesync and mass storage support
  • Speaker : built-in
  • Earphone jack : 3.5 mm
  • Battery : 900 mAh; 3~4 hours standby
Never got to try yet this product and it would meet my expectations of being a reliable GPS here in the Philippines.  This would be great for my dad that usually getting lost at night due to his age and the sense of direction. But now if you have the extra bucks to buy this gadget go ahead. Give me a feedback so that I can follow up my post. You can visit their website and facebook Vector V100

About Cor

I am a single mom of all boys. I love cars, food, traveling and anything in between.