Monday, 24 August 2015 14:12

Navman Moves you


Portable navigation device maker Navman has just released a new affordable 5” GPS with lifetime maps.

At A$139 it is designed to tempt those who have not updated their old GPS unit’s maps (any brand).

“The cost of updating maps for older model GPS can range from $50 a year to around $100 per quarter - so purchasing a new MOVE60LM GPS with a price tag of under $139 that offers the latest road and safety alert information free every quarter, is a pretty easy decision,” said Wendy Hammond, Country Director, Navman Australia.

While the price is down the features are well up with:

  • Speed limit alerts
  • 3D junction views
  • Advanced lane guidance
  • Premium safety alerts like speed camera and school zones
  • Landmark guidance
  • Logbook
  • Smart find keyword search
  • Fuel type search
  • Australian and New Zealand maps and 1 million points of interest
  • Mac and PC update software

The Move60LM unit comes with the windscreen mount, vehicle charger USB cable and has one year warranty.

I like the Navman user interface - it is clean and intuitive and for the cost conscious, this is a well-priced and featured product.

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Ray Shaw

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Ray Shaw  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!



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