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Delphi NAV300 in works

updated 04:10 pm EDT, Fri June 22, 2007

Delphi NAV300 Leak

Delphi is preparing a sequel to its NAV200 GPS unit with cosmetic and functional changes alike, a new leak demonstrates. The NAV300 will pick up all the features of Delphi's entry-level mapping unit but will add Bluetooth and a microphone, allowing hands-free calling and potentially wireless transmission of sound from the GPS system, music, or movies through a car stereo instead of a built-in speaker. Delphi's successor also creates a completely black front for a subtler look with a dedicated Bluetooth button.

Other features are currently in step with the original, including SD card-based map data and TMC support for attaching a live traffic warning receiver. Costs and the release window are unavailable but should see a price significantly higher than the $349 of the NAV200 and a release before the end of 2007. [via NaviGadget]



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