Woodbury, N.Y.—Harman Kardon introduced its second personal navigation device (PND) priced at an aggressive $299.
The GPS-300 has a 4-inch screen and is similar to HK’s original $499 model, however it does not include video playback. It can play music while performing navigation and features a WQVGA screen, 2GB of internal flash memory, five hours of battery life, and an SD card slot. It is expected to ship in June.
HK PNDs are sold through stores including car stereo specialists, Amazon.com, Crutchfield, CarDomain.com, Car Toys and regional chains.