EMTAC Navigator 4.0 for Palm
Transplant GPS, Inc., the worldwide distributor of the EMTAC branded products, has announced the release of the EMTAC Navigator 4.0 GPS Navigation software for the Palm OS. With the latest 2007 NAVTEQ map data, EMTAC Navigator 4.0 is a full featured navigation solution for your Bluetooth enabled Palm OS PDA or Palm OS Treo Smartphone. Improvements in routing, map rendering, and increased functionality give EMTAC Navigator 4.0 the ability to provide customers with a reliable, low cost GPS solution.
EMTAC Navigator 4.0 will be provided on a pre-loaded 2 GB mini-SD card (SD adapter included), with nearly 900 MB of free space available for customer use. By providing the map data, voice files, and application on a 2 GB mini-SD card, EMTAC Navigator 4.0 has eliminated the need for computer based installation. Insert the card into your Palm, follow the onscreen setup instructions, and start routing in under five minutes. EMTAC Navigator 4.0 still includes all of the old favorites- voice navigation, turn-by turn directions, automatic re-routing and routing to points of interest like restaurants, hotels, etc. – plus it offers the Smart Search Technology, the latest NAVTEQ map data, and 3D Navigation.
The EMTAC Navigator 4.0 Palm OS Bundle features the EMTAC Navigator 4.0 software on a pre-loaded 2 GB card with our ever popular EMTAC mini-S3 Bluetooth GPS. Known for its small size, fast acquisition rates, and SiRFstarIII chipset, the EMTAC mini-S3 is a perfect compliment to the EMTAC Navigator 4.0 software. Suggested MSRP for the EMTAC Navigator 4.0 software is $149.99 and $229.99 for the EMTAC Navigator 4.0 Palm OS Bundle, which includes the EMTAC Navigator 4.0 software, EMTAC mini-S3 Bluetooth GPS, and chargers. For more information, screenshots and a list of compatible devices as well as distributors and resellers, please visit www.emtac.com.
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Posted by Scott Martin at July 2, 2007 8:01 AM