Englewood Cliffs, N.J. — LG is shipping its first portable GPS devices in an aggressively priced three-model line first announced in January at International CES.
Available at several retailers, including Circuit City, the trio is capped by the LN740 with 4-inch screen and built-in, real-time traffic receiver. It announces street names for upcoming turns and, as all models in the line, offers MP3 playback, a photo viewer and ships with preloaded maps of the United States and Canada. They are also SD card compatible. The LN740 will be available at an estimated retail of $449.
The step-down model LN735 has a 3.5-inch screen and announces the street names of upcoming turns at $349.
The basic model LN730 has a 3.5-inch screen with 1.7 million points of interest at $299.