Magellan Maestro Elite 4350 wants to help you drive into your next lake

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Magellan Maestro Elite 4350 wants to help you drive into your next lake

Let's not kid ourselves, navigation devices are the latest technological threat to our health and well being in the US, making them guest of honor #1 at the Engadget HQ. This particular people killer, the Maestro Elite 4350 from Magellan, includes a number of life-endangering features, like 3D landmarks, text-to-speech, voice commands, Life Traffic info and -- worst of all -- built-in AAA travel info. It's a veritable death trap. There's also historical traffic info, which lets you know how fast a certain road averages for certain times of the week, which sounds pretty neat. There's a 4.3-inch screen, SD card slot, Bluetooth and an FM transmitter. No word on price, but don't expect cheap.
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