Better know for its MP3 players, but still a small voice in the consumer electronics market, German company Maxfield has come up with its first navigation system.
The MAX-TRACK appears well specified, starting with a pacy 400MHz Samsung processor running Windows Mobile and including maps for all of Western Europe – most of which are preinstalled on the accompanying 1GB SD memory card. The display is a familiar 3.5in TFT touchscreen.
Other goodies include a speedometer option – warns if you exceed the speed limit on a particular section of road – and a one-click ‘get me home’ function which routes the driver back home from wherever they are.
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