Delphi Launches Its NAV200 Personal Navigation System
Nov 14, 2006
Delphi has launched its NAV200 GPS personal navigation system. Considering the growth of this market, it's no surprise to see the entry of a new player, especially Delphi, which is the leading manufacturer of satellite radios. The big question is how good the navigation software and map data accuracy will be. An easy-to-use interface and affordable and regular updates of the map data will be crucial if Delphie is going to take a bite out of Garmin's market share.
The Delphi NAV200 offers the budget conscious customer a unique blend of advanced navigation and entertainment features in a sleek, portable package helping them get there on-time, every time.
Ready to go right out of the box, the NAV200 installs in just two simple steps and comes with U.S. and Canada maps already pre-loaded on a SD card. There's no computer downloading or synchronization required. And once you are on the go, a powerful processor quickly calculates your route using one of the most trusted mapping databases in the industry.
Your arrival is further assured by a high-sensitivity SiRF GPS antenna and an optional traffic monitoring feature. And when you are not navigating, the NAV200's sleek portable package features a large 3.5" bright, anti-glare, full color LCD touchscreen great for watching movies or a picture show in the backseat, at home or on the go.
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