Lowrance unveils rugged 3.5-inch XOG navigator

Lowrance's XOG isn't the first from the company to feel at home away from the beaten path, as this 3.5-inch navigator was built to handle everything from in-car vacations to weekend treks through the forest. Sporting a rugged, weatherproof enclosure, this unit touts a 320 x 240 resolution backlit touchscreen, 2D / elevated 3D maps, a 12-channel GPS antenna, NAVTEQ maps, three million POIs, support for the firm's FreedomMaps, Fishing Hot Spots PRO, LakeMaster ProMaps and NauticPath options, an integrated MP3 player / JPEG viewer, SD expansion slot and a rechargeable Li-ion for good measure. Mum's the word on pricing as of now, but it will apparently be "available soon" and will come bundled with a device cradle, in-car mounting kit and a mini-USB cable.

[Via NaviGadget]