MapmyIndia launches Navigator Lx340 for Rs 8,990
The Instant Route calculation and Re-routing feature keeps user on track all the time.
New Delhi: MapmyIndia launched Lx340, its new Navigator (portable in-car navigation and entertainment device). It comes with a 4.3-inch touchscreen, matte-black finish, entertainment features (for playing music, movies, and photos on the go), and Don't Panic software, a new GPS navigation software interface.
The Lx340 satellite GPS navigator is priced at Rs 8,990 with no recurring usage charges and no dependence on Internet and mobile network for navigation.
MapmyIndia Navigator Lx340 features what the company claims is India's best, richest, most accurate, detailed, comprehensive and updated maps. The Lx340 offers door-to-door navigation to house addresses in 39 cities, and comes with 7.08 million points-of-interest across various categories.
Users can spot 4,551 cities at street level with localities, streets, landmarks, 5,79,000 towns and villages connected by complete highway network across India and 3D landmarks across India and 2D building footprints across 36 cities.
The Instant Route calculation and Re-routing feature keeps user on track all the time. Its Single-line Search can be used to find any place easily.
The Navigator Lx340 offers visual and audible alerts for lane guidance, over-speeding and road signs.
Here's a quick look at the tech specs of the Navigator Lx340:
- SiRF V GPS chipset with robust automotive-grade Windows CE 6.0 OS
- Dimensions: 118x82x12.5mm, Weight: 124 grams
- In-built 2GB storage with expandable SD card slot up to 8GB (for movies, music, photos)
- 950mAh rechargeable lithium battery rechargeable li-polymer
- 4.3-inch (10.9 cm) LCD touchscreen Display with 480 x 272 resolution
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