NavMan Goes The Ezy Route

Navman’s two new Satnavs – the EZY30 and EZY40 – are said to have “… uncomplicated layout and we think its ease of use will make it perfect for first-time GPS users, younger drivers, older drivers and anyone who likes technology to be straightforward to use,” according to Wendy Hammond, Marketing Director, Navman Australia and New Zealand.

Navman’s two new Satnavs – the EZY30 and EZY40 – are said to have “… uncomplicated layout and we think its ease of use will make it perfect for first-time GPS users, younger drivers, older drivers and anyone who likes technology to be straightforward to use,” according to Wendy Hammond, Marketing Director, Navman Australia and New Zealand.

The Navman EZY30 comes with a 3.5 inch screen while the EZY40 has a larger 4.3 inch screen. The range features a simplified main menu and layout with larger and fewer symbols. The search engine can predict the destination before you finish typing it, and the “QuickSpell” keyboard search highlights the most likely letters you will need on your keyboard to complete the address, keyword or city area.

The two Navman EZY models come with some new features such as Landmark Guidance. Navman’s Landmark Guidance makes navigation simpler by providing voice guidance at a number of landmarks such as “turn right at the petrol station”.

Its new “Smart Route” feature shows when roads are likely to be busiest by using data from real life road traffic records. Using information from SUNA Predictive, the new devices give the best route to a destination at any particular day and time, helping you avoid traffic congestion. For example the fastest route may differ between weekdays and weekends.

The units come with over 600,000 points of interest from the location of petrol stations to ATMs, providing thorough guidance with maps powered by top-class map provider Navteq, a world leader in digital map data.

RRP
EZY30 $229
EZY40 $279

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