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Rand McNally introduces portable nav system

Rand McNally introduces portable nav system

Longtime mapmaker Rand McNally may have taken the long route, but it's finally made its way to the land of portable navigation systems. The Rand McNally GPS Navigator is the company's first in-car GPS device and includes many of the standard features of other nav systems, such as text- and voice-guided driving directions, automatic rerouting, an extensive points-of-interest database, and a 3.5-inch touch screen with 2D and 3D map views. The company does throw in a couple of extras, though, such as a hard copy of Rand McNally's Road Atlas and Travel Planner and 26 "Best of Road" trip itineraries with staff-recommended attractions, restaurants, and shops. The unit costs $499.99 and is available for preorder now with an expected ship date of September 22.

Source: Gizmodo