September 18, 2006

More Info on the Lowrance iWay 250C


We first brought you info on the upcoming Lowrance 250C last June, but as we approach the launch, Lowrance has dropped more info on us about the new GPS System. It appears that the Lowrance 250C GPS is going to come pretty well equipped and ready to take on some stiff competition heading into the important holiday season. The small, 4"W x 3"H x 1"D unit comes with a 3.5 inch touch screen and MP3 player capable. It comes with maps pre-loaded onto an SD card, with a bit of room for a few MP3’s.

Feature List after the jump...

Features of the Lowrance iWay 250C
• Built-in, precision 12-channel GPS+WAAS receiver with flip-up antenna
• Optional, compact RAA-5 remote GPS+WAAS antenna with built-in magnet
• Simplified touch-screen menus
• Three selectable mapping displays: 2-D Track Up, 2-D North Up, and Elevated 3-D
• Turn-by-turn audio and visual cues, including auto-zooming and automatic recalculation of directions after a missed turn
• Straight-line navigation feature for off-road and marine use
• 7 voice direction languages
• 12 display text languages
• Street address searching, plus auto-routing choices to choose or avoid Toll Roads and Interstates, and avoid Left-Hand Turns
• Mega-memory storage for up to 1,000 addresses
• Includes 2GB MMC/SD card preloaded with NAVTEQ mapping detail for the USA & Canada or Western Europe featuring millions of accessible
• Points-of-Interest (40MB of free space on the memory card for MP3 audio or JPEG picture files)
• Supports all current plug-&-play map/chart options from Lowrance
• Maps can be updated through the internal USB port with a PC
• Safety Passenger Mode allows a passenger to use the GPS features while the car is in motion
• Full-featured stereo MP3 audio player with digital media card slot for loading audio files with an SD/MMC memory card
• Full-featured picture viewer displays JPEG photos stored on MMC/SD memory cards

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Posted by Scott Martin at September 18, 2006 6:28 AM

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