Chicago — Navigon will offer one of the lowest-priced personal navigation devices (PNDs) to offer a lifetime real-time traffic option.
In addition, the new 2100, at a suggested $249, is among the first low-cost PNDs to announce the street names of upcoming turns.
The 2100 has a 3.5-inch screen, and, like other Navigon units, it displays photo-realistic views of complex intersections and signage.
The lifetime traffic option has a one-time fee of $99.99 and an optional Zagat Survey accessory pack will be available at $39.99. The 2100 is expected to ship this winter.