Garmin Nuvi 300
By D Dunbar in GPS. October 27, 2006
Featuring the very latest SiRF Star III chipset, the nuvi 300 is a portable GPS navigator, traveller's reference, and digital entertainment system, all in one. Combined with detailed maps, the nuvi provides automatic routing, turn-by-turn voice directions, and finger-touchscreen control—making it easy to find your way anywhere.
The nuvi 300
The nuvi also offers a travel kit of useful travel tools to help keep any journey fun: MP3 player, audio book player from Audible.com, JPEG picture viewer, world travel clock with time zones, currency converter, measurement converter, and calculator. In addition, optional software packages such as the Language Guide and Travel Guide (sold separately on SD Data cards) can be added for language and content support.
Garmin nüvi 300Travellers can use the nuvi to navigate to an address or search points of interest (POIs)—places like hotels, restaurants, shopping, and tourist attractions. The nuvi 300 automatically calculates the fastest route and provides voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions along the way. If users stray off course, the nuvi automatically calculates the quickest way to get back on track.
This nuvi 300 is available with regional coverage of U.K. and Ireland. It comes with approximately 200 MBs of internal memory for storage of supplemental maps, MP3s, and audio books.
For complete out of the box satisfaction the nüvi 300 comes supplied with Vehicle suction cup mount, Carrying case, 12-24 volt adapter cable, Dashboard disk, USB interface cable, Sample Language Guide content, Sample MP3s and Quick-reference guide.
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