Not one to leave something on the shelf past its best before date, Navman has busted out a trio of new GPS devices to refresh its F-series line. You'll need to look closely to spot the differences between them though, with all three sporting the same design and the same 3.5-inch touchscreen, Intel PXA 255-200MHz processor, and the always-popular SiRFStar III GPS chipset. The main differences instead come with the bundled attachments, with the low-end Navman F30 starting things off with a T1 Traffic Pack (seen above), which provides real-time traffic information for a number of European countries. Taking one step forward and one step back , the Navman F40 Europe drops the real-time traffic info in favor of a cradle that adds Bluetooth support for some hands free cellphone integration, also adding (as its name suggests) some additional maps of Europe. Rounding out the lineup, the Navman F50 provides, you guessed it, both real-time traffic info and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as an extra SD slot so you can load it up with maps to your heart's content. All three are available now for £199, £229 and £249, respectively, or roughly between $390 and $490.
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