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Bushnell preparing ONIX GPS with XM Radio support

updated 12:50 pm EST, Thu November 30, 2006

Bushnell ONIX 400CR GPS

Seeking a high-end counterpart to its previously revealed NAV 500 and ONIX 200 receivers, Bushnell is developing the ONIX 400CR GPS handheld. The new model will be one of the few mapping units to provide explicit support for satellite radio, supporting not only XM Satellite Radio's weather radar service for live updates but also XM's entertainment-oriented services. The system is also the largest of the new Bushnell devices and has a 3.5-inch touchscreen enclosed by a shock- and waterproof rubberized shell. It ships preloaded with maps of North America and accepts downloads of aerial and satellite photography for real-world navigation, according to the company. An introduction of the ONIX 400CR is expected at CES 2007 with a formal release planned for February at a price of $499. Click through for a complete photo.



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