Pharos GPS-525 navigator - WiFi|
According to the guys from Ubergizmo: " The WiFi Connectivity lets user download maps on the Internet, thanks to Pharos’ Smart Map Server. Pharos also has a real-time traffic service called Smart Traffic that could be accessed via a Bluetooth phone (by using the phone as a communication device). Our Pharos Traveler GPS 525 unit came also with a pre-loaded 512MB Secure Digital flash memory card that contains the top 50 metropolitan areas of the U.S.
Pharos Traveler GPS525 review - Software
Ubergizmo continues: "The Pharos GPS 525 is a very nice and compact unit that will prove very efficient in or out of the car as it would be a great GPS device to take for a camping trip (along with a solar charger). In the car, it covers the basic very well: one-button start, easy to use, fast satellite fix and nation-wide maps. I’ve said it before: I really like the Ostia Software that I have been using for many years now. If you can get past the small screen, the Pharos 525 GPS is a great all-in-one navigation system that I have no problem recommending. You want to learn more about the Pharos GPS navigator? Continue to read the Pharos Traveler GPS 525 review at Ubergizmo.
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