Navman has perched the iCN 635 atop its navigation system range.
The all-in-one car navigation solution is designed for portability between vehicles and matches street-mapping software with the latest quick-fixing GPS technology.
Standard features include simultaneous voice and visual driving instructions, automatic and manual zoom for map detail control, Back-on-Track re-routing when off-course and an extensive points-of-interest library. It also has an adjustable speed alert function.
The iCN 635 has a high-resolution 3.8 inch LCD to show its three-dimensional maps. Icons on the map clearly show the direction to be taken whilst incorporating distance to the manoeuvre in real time.
The temperature-resistant magnesium case hides a high-precision GPS antenna. A removable 128MB MultiMediaCard pre-loaded with Australia-wide map data is included. Internal memory for additional maps is also provided to the tune of 128MB. Standard provisions include remote control, windshield mounting bracket, 12-volt adapter and storage case.
“We have seen, as more and more consumers embrace the technology and come to rely on navigation in their everyday lives,” said Australasian sales manager. “In response to fantastic growth in the in-vehicle navigation market, we have continued to bring more products to market and improve the overall user experience of our guidance systems,” says Navman’s David King. “Our iCN series is easy to operate, produces lightning-fast results in route calculation and data response time, is equipped with the brightest screens on the market.”
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