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Magellan auto navigation devices feature slim design

Magellan has introduced the Maestro 4200 and Maestro 3200 series of portable vehicle navigation devices. Both are 17.8 mm thick and 82.5 mm tall, include AAA TourBook travel information, and feature 4.3-inch or 3.5-inch QVGA screens.

The Maestro 4250 and 3250 include a built-in RDS-TMC real-time traffic receiver with a three-month traffic subscription. Incidents on the driver’s route are highlighted, and alternative routes offered. Other features include voice command and control and Bluetooth support for hands-free operation and hands-free calling.

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