Navman goes basic with sub-£200 GPS handheld

Navman has launched its latest entry-level, in-car system - the iCN330 for under £200.

The iCN330 offers a 2.83-inch LCD screen and 3D maps to help you navigate through your journey more easily.

A progress bar and distance indicator turn red to give you advanced warning to your next turn. In adddition, a “free drive” function allows you to see moving maps without having to enter a specific destination.

Navman says the iCN330 carries out a fast and accurate search for either a particular area, a town, a street or a junction. You can also enter the postcode if you know it.

“Satellite navigation systems have become the must-have gadget for any driver wanting to get from point A to point B as quickly and efficiently as possible”, said Prash Vadgama, president - Land Navigation Group at Navman.

The Tele Atlas map data is provided on a pre-loaded MMC memory card, giving street-level coverage for the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Provided with a car suction mount, cigarette lighter adaptor and rechargeable battery, the iCN330 is available now for £199.


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