If you thought the 3.5-inch GPS market was getting a tad way oversaturated, apparently you weren't alone. According to a blurb at GPSPassion, Garmin has just recently let loose whispers of a widescreen four-inch version of the nüvi 200 and 250, both of which will don Ws at the end of their names to signify the extra real estate. The display itself will supposedly pack a 480 x 272 resolution, and while we can only assume that the actual software and feature sets will remain essentially the same, there's no way of knowing just yet. Notably, it's not yet clear if the North American-friendly nüvi 270 will end up gaining a bit of width too, but the 200W and 250W should hit European shops in the near future for an estimated €299 ($402) and €349 ($469), respectively.

[Via NaviGadget]

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