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carNAVi ECO 300

„Mount it, connect it, ready, go!“

Simple, safe and ultra portable with optional South East Asian maps, carNAVi Eco 300 is your leightweight and compact personal travel assistant for life on the go.

carNAVi leads your way with voice guided turn-by-turn directions to get you there on time and keep you safe on the road. Preloaded with a detailed roadmap covering the whole Philippines including many thousands of points of interest (POI), preinstalled detailed maps of Malaysia and Singapore and a worldwide map of major roads and highways, it’s compact, versatile and easy to use. Additional maps* for most countries in SE Asia are available as well.

Simplicity and safety
Simply touch the state of the art flat-touch-panel colour screen, key in your destination and your carNAVi takes you there with turn-by-turn spoken directions in English or Filipino, 2-D or 3-D map view with elevated flyover, tunnels and smooth map updates. A database of Points of Interest for shopping, restaurants, public buildings, gasoline stations and much more make it easy to find destinations in unknown areas.

Multimedia on the Road
carNAVi ECO 300 has a build in MP3and Video-Player, you can hear your favourite songs or watch MPG/AVI videos stored on the SD memory card. The unit comes with a Photo Viewer and Ebook reader.

Design and Features
carNAVi has a unique sleek, slim design with a flat touch panel to fit comfortably in your pocket. Its rechargeable lithium-polymer battery makes it convenient for navigation by car or on foot with up to 4 hours’ usage between charges.


Screen: 3.5inch Touch TFT LCD Screen (with flat touch panel)
Multimedia: MP3 player, Video player, eBook reader
Internal Memory:  64MB
External Memory: SD card, up to 16GB
Rechargeable Li-Polymer Battery: 3.7V/1000mAh
Dimensions: 102mm x 79mm x 16mm, weight: 149g
USB 2.0 Interface, compatible with USB 1.1
The USB mass storage device is compatible with Windows® 2000 or later.

*** This product is discontinued ***


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