February 9, 2010

Two Nav Sportiva Handheld GPS With Touchscreen

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There's a new handheld in town and it looks pretty cool - touchscreen, loaded with capabilities and ready to guide off of any map you want or have. The Holux TwoNav is hitting the market next month with this water resistant (IPX6 std) touchscreen, Sirf'd chipset, 3D electronic compass GPS. The 3-inch transreflective touchscreen offers 240X400 resolution to see the 2D or shaded 3D modes.

Maps - Imported too!

The Sportiva is capable of loading up the company's maps, but also ships with the ability to scan your own maps and with a free software kit convert that map for use in the GPS. The 2GB of internal memory should handle a pretty good load of maps, while the micro SD card slot and additional 32GB could be added to create a map locker that could handle a lot of what you want to go and see. Two Nav seems to have a good part of the world offered in maps for download (at a price) but with the imported map capability it seems that you should be able to have just about any place you want covered if needed.

The unit measures 58 x 105 x 23mm or about 2.3 x 4.1 x 0.9 inches and weighs 128g or about 4.3 ounces with batteries.

OK so it goes on sale in the UK next month for 379 Euros.



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Posted by Scott Martin at February 9, 2010 8:19 PM

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