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Magellan to release three new GPS units in April?

updated 02:40 pm EST, Tue February 20, 2007

New Magellan GPS units?

Retailer TigerGPS appears to have accidentally announced three new navigation products by Magellan. Forming a new Maestro line, all three have 4.3-inch, WQVGA (432x240) touchscreens, and other features such as SiRFStar III receivers and turn-by-turn voice direction. The base model is the 4000; the 4040 adds Bluetooth, text-to-speech and better NAVTEQ maps, as well as optional traffic data. The top of the line is the 4050, which bundles the traffic kit, and further introduces voice recognition. The systems should ship in April for $370, $470 and $650 respectively. [via GPS Gazette]



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