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Navman Intros New Low Cost Color Gps

by Paul Strauss
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GPS navigation devices for your car keep getting better, faster and cheaper, and the new Navman F20 keeps up that tradition.

Navman F20 Portable GPS

The new navigation device comes pre-loaded with detailed US street maps (versions available for other countries, too) and a very clean new user interface. The F20 has a reasonably large anti-glare 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen which makes it easy to enter destinations by street address, zip code or points of interest. The navigation offers both 2-D and 3-D map views and turn-by-turn, voice guided directions. There are even dedicated buttons to find the closest gas station or parking lot.

The Navman F20 is powered by a rechargeable Li-Ion battery that will last for up to 3.5 hours when it’s not plugged into your vehicle’s cigarette lighter. The F20 is reasonably priced at just $379.95 USD and is available now.

[via MobileWhack]




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