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Navman Intros New GPS With Photos

9/25/2006 12:35:00 PM Eastern

Lake Forest, Ill. – Navman will ship this fall two new portable GPS devices with NavPix photo-location technology.

The new N40i and N60i include built-in 1.3-megapixel cameras, so that users can snap a photo of any location they wish to navigate to in the future. The unit stores the photo, encoded with the exact longitude and latitude of the site, in a library so users can tap on the photo to get automatic directions without inputting an address. This NavPix feature was first introduced on the Navman iCN 750 earlier this year.


The Navman N60i

The new N60i offers a 4.3-inch screen, sleek form factor and IR remote. The N40i has a 3.5-inch screen and sleek form factor. The units ship in November and October, respectively, at suggested retail prices of $599 and $499. The N60i will be introduced initially exclusively through

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