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Ilse Jurriën : January 20th 2010 - 02:26 CET
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MotorolaMotorola car navigation : Not only Motorola smartphones of the newest Motorola Android cell phones were shown during the CES, but also Motorola navigation was present. It seems as if Motorola has all the wind in its sails and is launching one product after the other, and receiving a mostly positive response. Internally, it was necessary for Motorola to reorganize, as they have thrown all the old dead weight overboard and with a fresh wind, a little help from Google’s Android, we are now seeing a different Motorola from the years before. Innovative, fast and driven by an open source, 2010 promises to be an interesting year for Motorola. The Motorola Motonav TN700 is such a new navigation product.

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Motorola navigation - Motonav TN700
Equipped with a 5.1-inch display, Motorola is trying to find a connection with the big players such as Garmin and TomTom with the Motonav TN700. Motorola is trying to distinguish itself by making Google Search possible, among other things.

Motorola car navigation

Motorola car navigation
The Motorola TN700 has an internal POI database available to search for restaurants, ATMs, etc. but Google Search is especially strong in searching for local solutions. For example by entering the name of a business, the address and navigation can be found. To make Google Search possible, the Motonav TN700 first has to be paired with a Bluetooth cell phone.


Motorola TN500 navigation system
Next to the Motorola Motonav TN700, the Motonav TN500 also made its debut at the CES 2010 in Las Vegas. The biggest difference between the two navigation systems is the display format. The Motorola TN500 is equipped with a 4.3-inch display instead of the TN700’s 5.1-inch display. Both Motorola navigation systems are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2010.

Motorola navigation system
Motorola navigation system
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