LG's LN740, LN735 and LN730 GPS units on sale in US

Darren Murph
D. Murph|04.24.07

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Darren Murph
April 24th, 2007
LG's LN740, LN735 and LN730 GPS units on sale in US

Believe us, the last thing we need is three more ho hum GPS units in the 3.5- to 4-inch range, but we've been waiting so long for LG's renditions to hit the US market, we'll give 'em a pass. Just as previewed before CES, LG's LN730, LN735 and LN740 portable navigators are finally hitting American soil, and are supposedly available as we speak at Circuit City and "other fine retailers." The trio features touchscreen displays, SiRF Star III GPS receivers, maps covering the United States and Canada, turn-by-turn voice guidance, and "millions of POIs" to keep you entertained whilst crossing the country. The LN740 takes top honors, as its slightly larger screen and real-time traffic capabilities trump the lesser-spec'd siblings. So if you've been roaming around aimlessly waiting for these bad boys to get a pricetag with a currency you understand, we'd recommend locating your nearest gadget store and plopping down the $449.95 (LN740), $349.95 (LN735), or $299.95 (LN730) required to pick one up. More snapshots after the jump.



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