New GPS: Navman N20, N40i and N60i
Navman is putting out a line of new thin GPS units; the N-series range including the Navman N20, N40i and the N60i. All will use the NavPix system, include touchscreens and for the N40i and N60i, will include a 1.3 megapixel camera for taking pictures. The NavPix system allows you to add pictures into the GPS so that you navigate to a picture instead of a location or a waypoint. When you get there, you know what you are looking for.
The NavMan N20 has a 3.5 inch touchscreen, with voice prompted turn instructions, live traffic updates and typical features like automatic recalculation if you miss a turn.
The Navman N40i features the integrated camera to create your own picture waypoint and allow you to upload that information to the NavPix community site which is a clearinghouse for sharing geotagged pictures of locations. It features a SiRF star III chipset for rock solid satellite fixes. The unit ships with a set of European map data on disk that you upload yourself.
The Navman N60i is similar to the N40i, but instead comes with mapdata preloaded. It also features a 4.3 inch widescreen display.
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Posted by Scott Martin at September 12, 2006 8:09 AM