Only a couple days after showing off some new GPS receivers, Garmin is continuing the love and announcing four more devices. First up is the Zumo 450, which is designed specifically for motorcyclists. This one's ruggedized and waterproofed for use on your hog and lets you save custom routes to an SD card and then share 'em with your fellow bikers (at least the ones who also own a Zumo, that is). The interface -- which can be used through a glove -- has over-sized buttons for safety and easier use. As far as security, the Zumo features a locking mount and the GarminLock -- a 4-Pin password theft prevention system. Next, is a pair of Nuvis -- the 370 and 670. Both these models feature integrated traffic receivers, Bluetooth, and a built-in microphone and speaker. Each includes MP3 player, picture viewer, and currency/unit converter software. The main difference is that the 370 sports a 3.5-inch, 320 x 240 pixel touch screen, while the 670 has a more generous 4.3-inch, 480 x 272 pixel touch screen. Last up is the VIB 10, a vehicle integration box. Designed to work with the StreetPilot c550, the VIB 10 connects the GPS receiver directly to your car's audio and power system, which while reducing cable clutter and freeing up your car's cigarette lighter, it however does also eliminate the ability to tune into live traffic services. Keep reading for a few pics of the other devices.
[Via GPSGazette, Navigadget, and MobileWhack]
Read - Nuvi 370 and 670
Read - VIB 10
Read - Zumo 450