Navman rolls out bare-bones F10 GPS unit

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Donald Melanson
October 3rd, 2007
In this article: f10, gps, navman
Navman rolls out bare-bones F10 GPS unit
Navman looks to be keeping all of its bases covered these days, with the company now following up its recently-introduced S-series devices with the even lower-end F10 unit. This one keeps things about as basic as can be, with nothing but a 3.5-inch touchscreen on the face of the unit, an SD card slot on the side, and a standard SiRF Star III GPS chipset on the inside -- even the software is apparently a light version of Navman's SmartST 2008 package. According to GPSAndCo, at least France will be getting the device, where it'll set you back €149 (or just over $200) , although we assume it'll also be making its way to other parts of the world at a similarly budget-minded price.

[Via NaviGadget]
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