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Throw your bulky maps away.

With TeleNav GPS Navigator, you will never need to print out directions again.

Voice and onscreen directions

TeleNav is easy to use. As you drive, TeleNav will give you all the information you need, such as (mouse-over below):

Along the way, turn-by-turn directions will be announced in a clear voice and displayed on your phone. For example, TeleNav will say, "Go 1.2 miles and turn right on Elm Street." As you approach the turn, you will hear, "Turn right on Elm Street."

TeleNav will even tell you that the destination is on your left- or right-hand side of the street.

Biz Finder

With TeleNav GPS Navigator, it’s easy to find restaurants, banks, cafés, hotels and more from over 10 million points of interest across the U.S.

  • Search by category, such as "Thai restaurant" and "pharmacy"
  • Search by name, such as "Thai Basil" and "ABC Pharmacy"

Once you've found what you are looking for, you can use TeleNav to get turn-by-turn driving directions or call ahead to make reservations.

Best of all, updates are free and automatic, unlike expensive GPS systems that charge for updates and require manual intervention.

The difference between the Dash and all of the other dedicated portable navigators on the market is that it's got Wi-Fi and a GPRS modem built in, so that it can receive (and send) useful live information. If you're a user, Dash will know your commute and check traffic conditions, sending you an SMS when it thinks you need to hit the road so you're not late for work. Besides better traffic data, Dash is about local search: it gets POIs not from some static list but from Yahoo, so there's a greater chance of finding something up-to-date and appropriate to your needs.

The new, final design will feature:
• Larger screen -4.3"TFT LCD screen, 480x272
• Haptic buttons for audio, main menu
• Powered mount
• Internal battery with 2 to 4 hours of life
• Improved audio quality
• Improved TTS
• USB port

The interface has also been dramatically improved, with heavier reliance on the touch screen and brighter colors. Pricing hasn't yet been announced, but Dash will start selling online in the first quarter of 2008, with a big retail push in the second quarter. We can't wait to get our hands on one, because the GPS navigators we use now are great, but have reached a glass ceiling that only two-way communication will break through.

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BY CARLESIOUS AT 09/17/07 09:14 AM
Kind of a weird design. Idon't care for the look.

BY JWARDELL AT 09/17/07 10:22 AM I've waited over a year for Dash, but I couldn't wait any longer and spent my money on a Garmin 370.
They've lost their chance for a large feature advantage. Their mesh network will still be smarter, but TomTom and Garmin will have units with time-aware average speed data by then.
I still can't believe they don't have a 3D view. Things like that are important.
It's nice to see a qwerty keyboard layout though.

BY MRMAESTR0 AT 09/17/07 10:34 AM
When will a GPS manufacturer finally add weather info. I don't mean a daily forecast...I mean like up to date radar so you can see storms on your route. How hard could that be?

BY HDC AT 09/17/07 12:10 PM @MrMaestr0: Well, it probably won't be long if you're a Sirius fan. The latest Nav/Radio unit from Chrysler has streaming traffic data as well as TV via Sirius. I imagine they could easily add active weather data too.

BY INCONEL710 AT 09/17/07 02:02 PM
I'm surpised Garmin hasn't put out a weather enabled car GPS. They've had boat and airplane GPS units that get the XM/WX weather for a couple years now.

BY REDCLEAR55 AT 09/17/07 11:32 PM the new garmin units use the msn direct network (remember the spot watches?) to transfer weather data, movie times, etc to the gps units. although this requires you to subscribe (ie pay) to the service. theoretically with wifi you could get this for free.

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