Magellan offers Maestro 4350 series

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Magellan is no stranger to the world of GPS navigation devices, and this time round they remain at the forefront by rolling out the industry’s first vehicle navigation device that boasts a OneTouch user interface. Dubbed the new Magellan Maestro 4350 series, users will be able to take advantage of the evolutionary new interface that is aimed at unprecedented ease-of-use as well as reducing the driver’s distraction. More on the OneTouch interface right after the jump, and it would be interesting to see whether other GPS manufacturers adopt similar stances if OneTouch proves to be successful.

Magellan’s Maestro 4350 device offers a revolutionary and patent-pending new OneTouch interface that puts the user’s favorite destinations and searches just one click away. After users identify and store preferred banks, restaurants and other destinations in the device, the OneTouch feature lets them instantly access directions to those located closest with one quick menu click.

That translates to being able to access your favorite businesses, restaurants, banks, gas stations, services and searches among others right at the tip of your fingertips. You will also be able to gain instant access to specific address destinations, enabling drivers to quickly route to the same address when needed, hence reducing the amount of distraction on and off road while helping them save time (and precious gas), especially in unfamiliar territories. In addition, you will be able to gain instant access to applications to play music, make phone calls, or find addresses via the Maestro 4350 series. When used in tandem with the standard POI database and Magellan-exclusive AAA TourBook guide travel information database, you will be able to gain access to tons of POIs that are neatly organized in a tabbed format for easy reading at a glance.

Other features found on the Maestro 4350 include an audio, video and picture player. Each purchase will ship with a windshield mount and cradle, a cigarette lighter adapter, protective pouch, A/C power adapter, USB data cable and an adhesive disk for dash mounting.

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Hi_Hater Says: October 30, 2008 at 11:40 am

Touchscreen iinterfaces are the new wave of the future. There’s this new phone out called the Krave (motorola.com/krave) that is a flip phone that has a clear top. The design is really cool!

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