Next-Gen 3D Mapping From Uniden

Uniden’s new Trax GPS devices ofer 360-degree, 3D views of famous landmarks

Featuring a 5-inch flat panel non-reflective LCD screen, the new Trax 5000 offers next generation 3D mapping technology to provide drivers with the most realistic navigation experience currently on the market, claims manufacturer Uniden.

With 360-degree, 3D landmark technology, units can show famous locations such as the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Queen Victoria Building and Sky Tower in 3D from any angle. It also incorporates new 360 degree 3D City Maps technology, which makes it possible to virtually view entire city blocks and identify key areas of interest. New 3D terrain software shows road elevations and land contours including overpasses and bridges.

The Trax 5000 also utilises Advanced Lane Guidance and Signpost Information which visually indicates the most appropriate lane to use.

Key features include:

  • Spoken Street Names

  • Latest ‘Where-is’ Australian and New Zealand mapping

  • POI Route Planning – up to 750,000 pre-programmed Points of Interest (POI) including restaurants, accommodation and more

  • ‘Where Am I’ route planning

  • Fixed speed and red light camera warnings

  • Over speed alert

  • Day and night mode that switches automatically

  • Predictive keyboard text – to reduce destination search time

  • Global mapping available

TRAX 5000 $349.95
TRAX 4300 $249.95

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