Magellan maestro 4200 Portable GPS is a classic navigation bruteJune 13th, 2008 - 10:45 pm ICT by David M N James
The Magellan Maestro 4200 Portable GPS is the new sensation in the media.
The Magellan ousts the much hyped iphone recently released by apple to take a place as the darling of the media. The easy to use features of the Magellan maestro begin with the charging system. The navigator has an easy plug in right into your car’s cigarette lighter charger. It also has a 4.3″ wide WQVGA color touch screen and it also lights up, but it lights up inside your car, putting an extra layer of metal between you and the axe.
The Magellan Maestro 4200 Portable GPS has voice guidance with turn-by-turn directions and a simple menu with over 1.3 million pre-programmed points of interest. This wanton 4200 Portable GPS comes with a protective pouch an attractive feature which will pull so many who will find the iphone less interesting.
The Magellan has seen the market worry and the prices of the ipod fall drastically due to the abilities and ultra stylish features of the Magellan. Apple’s Dutch iTunes store is running an ad that shows the iPod touch, starting at only 199 euro which is a 80 euro difference from the initial market price of the iPod touch which was at 279 euro.