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Thinner and slimmer Navman devices feature Lonely Planet pics
Posted on 5-Mar-2007 23:30 by Juha | Filed under: News



There are new N-series Navmans coming up, namely the N4i and N60i, as well as the entry level F20.

The N-series devices feature NavPix™, the world’s first “navigate to pictures technology”, and sleek new design. You get Lonely Planet photography with the N-Series devices, from 19 major cities around the world like London, Paris, Milan and Madrid.

With the LP pictures downloaded on your device, you can navigate using this "Navpix" technology.

In addition to downloading NavPix™ images onto the N40i and N60i devices, you can also create your own photo library using the integrated 1.3 megapixel camera, and upload them for others to share on www.navman.com. The N series is pre-loaded with New Zealand street level mapping. Both models utilise the most up-to-date GPS chipset, giving you as strong and fast a signal as possible.

These new N-Series devises offer users
• Simplified icon based user interface
• Integrated NavPix™ technology & 1.3 mega pixel camera with navigation to photo’s
• SiRF Star III GPS Receiver
• Fuel and parking buttons
• Slim lightweight design
• 2006 (V13) New Zealand-wide street level mapping
• Storage for up to 200 favourite destinations or multi-stop trips
• Rechargeable Li-ion, up to 5 hours life

In addition to the above the Navman N40i features;
• Anti-glare 3.5” colour touch-screen – 320x240 pixels
• Lightweight design – 200gms
• 64MB SDRAM + 256 MB integrated Flash ROM, spare SD slot for additional mapping
• RRP $899 (as of March 2007)

and the Navman N60i features;
• Anti-glare 4.3” colour touch-screen – 320x240 pixels
• Lightweight design – 240gms
• Infrared remote control
• 64MB SDRAM + 2GB integrated Flash ROM, spare SD slot for additional mapping
• RRP $1099 (as of March 2007)

The Navman N40i & N60i will be available from select retail outlets March 2007.

The Navman F20 on the other hand is an entry-level devices priced at $NZ700. It's slim-line too, but with the focus on ease of use.

With dedicated fuel and park buttons that guide you to the nearest petrol station or car park with a single click, the Back-on-Track™ function will instantly re-route you if you happen to take a wrong turn, giving you peace of mind whilst on the move.

Freedom 20 product information:
• Simple colour-coded easy to use interface
• Anti-glare 3.5” colour touch-screen – 320x240 pixels
• Auto switching day and night display
• Latest SiRF Star III GPS receiver
• Slim lightweight design – 116x79.5x24mm and only 200gms
• 32MB SDRAM + 256 MB integrated Flash ROM, spare SD slot for additional mapping
• Rechargeable Li-ion, up to 3.5 hours life
• Fuel and Park buttons
• Speed and red light camera warnings (via optional connectivity pack)
• 2006 (V13) New Zealand wide street level mapping
• ‘Navigate to home’ button
• Storage for up to 50 favourites

Price and availability
The Navman F20 will be available from select retail outlets in with a RRP of $699.00 (as of March 2007).



More information: http://www.navman.com...






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