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The tiniest GPS device – Maestro GPS

GPS News author: Djuki 09.17.2007 Comments Off

Magellan announced very tiny GPS device: Maestro. This gadget will help this company in race with other bigger players like Garmin or TomTom. Maestro is 17.8mm thick, and with 4.3 inch display, big enough to see small details on the map. It’s big as anything you’ll see on a other device.

Magellan Maestro GPS device

Magellan have three level of this model, first one with low performance, Maestro 4200 cost around £190 and it comes with UK and Ireland maps. Second one Maestro 4215 cost £230 and it comes with maps of all Europe, and over a million Points of Interest.

Top model is Maestro 4245 with live traffic updates and it’s maps covered all Europe. The 4245 model have bluetooth for hands-free calling and text-to-speech feature. The top model will cost around £300. This Maestro GPS devices from Magellan company will be available in October this year.

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Magellan Maestro GPS device