MaxField's Max Track: "world's fastest satnav" device

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Thomas Ricker
October 16th, 2006
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MaxField's Max Track: "world's fastest satnav" device

Looks like Maxfield is getting ready to expand their portable A/V product portfolio to now include GPS navigators. According to Pocket-Lint, Maxfield just unveiled Max Track which the company claims is the "fastest satnav on the market." We have no idea how they're measuring that claim as they are certainly not the first WinCE 5.0 based GPS device to sport a Samsung 400MHz processor. We can only imagine they are using a chipset faster than the ubiquitous SiRFstar III. What we do know is that the 260-gram Max Track comes pre-loaded with Max-Navigator 5 software and features a 320x240 pixel, 3.5-inch touchscreen, stereo speakers, and a 1GB SD card stuffed full of Western European or even North American maps judging by that picture above. All our questions, including price, will be cleared up soon enough as the Max Track is schedule to ship in Autumn.

[Via Pocket-Lint]
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