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Details are understandably scarce at the moment, but Navigon is apparently taking its 1+ year old 5100 navigation unit to the max. The predictably titled 5100 max has reportedly just seen its way into the FCC's lair, and we're told that it'll feature a 4.3-inch display, Bluetooth, text-to-speech an

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Navigon is continuing its full-steam-ahead approach with another addition to its satnav lineup, namely, the 2000S. The 3.5-inch touchscreen device comes loaded with an ATLAS III 375MHz CPU, a SiRF GRF3i+ GPS chip, 64MB of SDRAM, 2GB of flash memory, and microSD support. The 2000S sports a similar f

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We just went on a whirlwind tour of Navigon's booth here at IFA 2008, and while a sea of barely distinguishable GPS devices has a tendency to send us into sudden and violent fits of napping, we thought we'd give you a look-see just in case you feel otherwise. The only real standout was the new 7200

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Navigon has just dropped it's latest satnav baby on us -- the 7200T -- and it comes with an extra side of slick... like, gooey slick. Upping it's game a touch, the device sports a redesigned OS which incorporates real-time traffic updates (free of charge over FM via Clear Channel's Total Traffic N

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Navigon's 2150 Max isn't revolutionary in terms of design nor specifications, but it does feature a rather delicious list of features for just £229.99 ($458). All-too-trusting UK motorists can look forward to a 4.3-inch display, pre-loaded maps of 39 countries, built-in Bluetooth, text-to-spe

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Now, we're not certain whether the 81xx actually arrived in a basket wrapped in old linens, but whatever the case, the FCC was kind enough to take Navigon's forthcoming PND in and put it through the necessary paces. After doing a little 2 + 2, we're going ahead and assuming that this unit is the 3D

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Aw yeah, Navigon's latest widescreen navigators are finally being assigned tracking numbers, meaning that you can get your roadtrip on for just $299 (US-based 2100 Max) or $329 CAD (Canada-only 2120 Max). For those needing a refresher, you can look forward to 4.3-inches of turn-by-turn guidance, op

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We're fairly impressed with Navigon's showing at CeBIT, busting out those 4.3-inch 2100 Max PNDs at a $299 pricepoint, and raising the bar for GPS sexy with the 8110. The software for the 2100 Max couldn't be much more frill-free, but we found the 3D maps of the 8110 -- as in, actual 3D terrain --

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That 8110 flagship isn't the only new GPS device Navigon brought to CeBIT, and lucky for us the 2100 Max and 2120 Max are North America-bound. The \"Max\" aspect of these units refers to the new 4.3-inch widescreen touch displays -- the regular old 2100 only had a 3.5-inch screen. You'll still have t

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Navigon is hitting CeBIT with some new and fairly expected hotness: the 8110. With a 4.8-inch WQVGA screen, full 3D maps and some sexy brushed metal looks, this one's going to turn some heads -- just promise you'll try and keep your eyes on the road, will you? There's a 533MHz processor under the h

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For all you PND fans (and we know you're out there) hanging around waiting for a hot new piece of navigational gear, you might want to turn your attention to Navigon's 8000 series. Specifically, focus your laser beams on the 8110, a high-end portable GPS unit that boasts a slew of nasty features li

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We got our first glimpse of this one in August of 2006, with hopes for a release that November. More than a year later we're not exactly sure it's been worth the wait -- there's plenty of good-looking GPS kit these days at half the price -- but if you've still got $900 burning a hole in your pocket

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Engadget hit the GPS section of IFA in a major way today, scoring some serious face time with Navigon's new bargain-basement 2100 GPS. Our thoughts? For the price, this is a pretty tight little package. While the screen isn't quite as big as some of the competition, the interface and build quality

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Navigon is really speaking our language, and the language of our pocketbook, with the new Navigon 2100 navigation device. Not only is it a real charmer with curvy looks, 3D maps and 3.5-inches of touchscreen, but the device is hitting North America for the neighborly price of $249, and it looks lik

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As if your choices weren't endless enough in the 3.5-inch GPS arena, GlobalSat is offering up yet another forgettable alternative in the GV-366. Aside from the obligatory touchscreen display, you'll find a SiRF Star III receiver, multilingual navigation interface, and software that was co-developed

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While we suspect a fair amount of rebadging will be going down at CeBIT this year, we've got good news for those hoping for Navigon to step it up a notch. The firm is reportedly coming clean and finally manufacturing a unit of its own, and based on what we're seeing right now, it's not a half bad f

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Boy does this one look familiar: Navigon is ripping off itself quite expertly with the new 3.5-inch 3100 / 3110 GPS units, which cop the TS 7000T's style without that 4.3-inches of screen real estate. Under the hood things are pretty much the same, other than a missing RDS/TMS traffic info receiver

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If having a DMB tuner on your GPS device doesn't get you excited, perhaps some more practical info will. Navigon has just released its latest nav device, the TS 7000T Europe with MobileNavigator 6 -- yeah, yeah, it's got all the stuff you'd expect, like a 4.3-inch screen, 16:9 aspect ratio, and lo

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