MapmyIndia launches Lx340 Navigator at Rs 8,990
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Digital maps and GPS provider MapmyIndia has added another product -- Lx340 Navigator Ė to its navigation devices portfolio. Lx340 Navigator has a 4.3-inch display for seamless navigation.
MapmyIndia says Lx340 Navigator has comprehensive and detailed pre-installed maps which provide for door-to-door navigation in 39 cities and connectivity 5,79,000 towns and villages across India. Built-in maps mean no more recurring charges and no dependence on internet or mobile network for navigation.
The device's Don't Panic software features instant route calculation and re-routing to help users find routes available to reach their destination. It has visual and audible alerts for lane guidance, over-speeding and road signs.
Shivalik Prasad, Executive Director, MapmyIndia, says, "With Lx340, we're making available to all car owners in India, a powerful and premium GPS navigation and entertainment experience, at a very affordable and attractive price point. We're excited to further accelerate the strong proliferation of in-car GPS navigation systems in India and power every car in India with a MapmyIndia product in the coming time, and will continue to innovate and invent new products and technologies to deliver the best navigation and driving experience to Indians."
*SiRF V GPS chipset with Windows CE 6.0 OS
*Dimensions: 118x82x12.5mm, Net weight: 124 g
*In-built 2GB storage with expandable SD card slot up to 8GB (for movies, music, photos)
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