Navigadget apparently got their hands on spec sheets for the soon-to-be-released Maestro Elite 4350 GPS and though it didn’t specify any price information, it looks like it may be tagged somewhere in the $500 range.
Featuring a OneTouch user interface, real-time traffic info, and historical traffic data for over 750, 000 miles of roadway in 48 states that even includes average traffic speeds for every hour, of every day of the week, the Maestro also boasts voice command, 3D landmarks, text-to-speech, and AAA traffic info.
The touchscreen measures 4.3 inches, and its insides include a Titan GPS chip, SD card slot, Bluetooth, and an FM transmitter. Battery life extends to a reasonable 4 hours via a 2200mAh Li-Ion battery.
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