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Garmin GPS navigation systems
Ralf Jurrien : January 28th 2013 - 15:51 CET
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Garmin2013 CES News - Garmin nuvi GPS navigation systems : Garmin introduced the new 2013 nuvi lineup of Personal Navigation Devices at the 2013 CES. The Garmin GPS navigators make it easier than ever to follow directions and stay on route. Instead of only using street names, Garmin Real Directions guide drivers just like a friend would by telling them to turn at recognizable landmarks, buildings, stop signs and traffic lights. The new Active Lane Guidance features voice prompts as well as a visual lane animation. Garmin’s real-time traffic function also provides information on traffic incidents by voice. Garmin GPS navigation systems with voice command allow users to select a faster route by simply speaking a response.

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Garmin GPS navigation features
The 2013 Garmin nuvi GPS navigation systems feature an all-new design and larger screens that range from 4.3 to 7 inches to display driving-related information at a glance. The new top of the line Garmin nuvi 3597 LMTHD comes with a new powered magnetic mount, making it convenient to attach the GPS navigation system and keep it charged. Categorized as Essential, Advanced and Prestige, the new Garmin nuvi GPS navigation systems meet the lifestyle and budget of every customer. The new Garmin GPS nuvi Advanced Series offers additional premium features to guide drivers, such as the new Garmin Real Directions, Active Lane Guidance and real-time traffic with voice integration.

HD navigation system

Garmin nuvi 3597 HD navigation system
The new top of the line nuvi 3597 LMTHD (Prestige Series) combines the best in car navigation available from Garmin. With its elegant styling and ultra-slim profile, the Garmin nuvi 3597 HD navigation system reflects a refined aesthetic that suits the interior of any vehicle. In addition to features available for the Advanced Series, it features a five-inch multi-touch glass screen in a brushed-metal housing as well as a powered magnetic mount that automatically snaps in once the user holds the device close. This premium navigator also includes lifetime map updates, Garmin’s most advanced traffic service, HD Digital Traffic, 3D buildings and terrain and voice command.




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