Road Angel Navigator 7000

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Specifications:

Navigation Features
Safety Warnings
School Zone
Map Modes
2D, 3D
Mapping Software
Sensis
Wireless Connections
Wireless technology supported
Bluetooth
General
Other Features
Dust and splash proof. Road safety locations & coverage: School safety zones - to warn you to slow down during school times on school days Accident black spot areas - to alert you of State Authorities, Motoring Clubs and Insurance Company crash areas. Traffic safety cameras - speed safety cameras,red light safety cameras,dual (red light and speed) safety cameras,point to point (average area) speed safety cameras,bus lane safety cameras,mobile camera areas announced daily by WA, SA, NT and ACT government authorities. Country towns on major highways-at town entry locations where the speed limits change from highway to urban speeds. Railway crossings alerts. A free three month trial of Road Sense updates is included.
Weight (g)
160
Height (mm)
75
Accessories
Protective Case - Leather,Protective Case - Neoprene,External Antenna,Vent Mount Kit,Bracket & Docking Cradle,Vehicle Power Lead,Overseas Maps
Width (mm)
22
Length (mm)
95
GPS Features
Built-in Antenna
Yes
GPS Receiver
SiRF Star III
GPS Recommended Usage
In-car
Main Display (Internal)
Display Technology
TFT touchscreen
Screen Resolution
320x240
Screen size
3.5 in
Colour Support
65,000 colours
Multimedia Features
MP3 Player
Yes
Power Options
Power Supply
AC Power
Wired Connections
Wired Terminals / Ports
USB 2.0
Number of USB 2.0 Ports
1
Audio & Speakers
Multi language voice notifications
Yes
Memory
Installed memory (RAM)
64 MB
Installed memory (ROM)
32 MB
Software
Included Software
SD card pre-loaded with Road Sense safety locations and Sensis map data. CD-ROM - Full User Guide and Road Sense Update Software Quick Start Guide containing End User Licence Agreements Road Angel Navigator 7000 Registration & Subscription Card
*Specifications are subject to change without notice. While every attempt has been made by IDG Communications in the production of these specifications, possible errors or omissions may still occur. IDG Communications neither assumes legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any product specifications supplied.

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