7 inch HD Touchscreen GPS Navigator (Bluetooth, FM Transmitter, High Power CPU)
7 Inch Touchscreen
4GB Free TF Card
This handheld portable GPS navigation device utilizes the lightning fast SiRF StarIV chip, and the Windows CE 5.0 operating system for awesome power and performance. Along with a rich media enhanced operating environment, this product gives you an incredible user experience.
Running on the Windows CE5.0 operating system, this product allows you to install popular GPS maps to experience amazing features like lane assist, voice guidance, 3-D views, intelligent route planning and more. You can even edit your Word, Excel and PPT files with this handheld navigator, while on the road.
With rich multimedia features, this baby is also your best solution to boredom and restlessness on a long trip. This handheld wonder features a stunning 7 inch touchscreen TFT LCD screen to bring all your videos to life! You can play multimedia files like MPEG, WMV, AVI, and DAT saved in the included 4GB TF card. If this is not enough, try out the eBook reader and multiple gaming options. It's your best alternative for a Car DVD player.
Use it as a handheld or mount it in-car with the free car kit. This product also comes with a Car Charger, AC adapter, USB cable, Mounting Bracket and everything you need to use it straight from the box! It powers on instantly, comes with an incredibly responsive touchscreen and is compact enough to fit in your pocket!
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Primary Function: 7 inch high definition touchscreen GPS and multimedia unit
- 7 Inch TFT Touch Screen
- 800 x 480 Pixel Screen Resolution
Main System Information:
- CPU: MediaTek MT3351
- Frequency: 500MHz
- DDR SDRAM: 64 MB
- Internal Flash Memory: 128MB
- External Memory (TF / Micro SD card support): Supports up to 8GB (4GB FREE TF Card Included)
- Operating System: Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 (compatible with all major GPS software packages)
- Receiver Module: SiRF IV
- Frequency: 1.57GHZ
- Signal Channels: 66
- Hot Startup Time: 1s
- Warm Startup Time: 38s
- Cold Startup Time: 45s
- Voice: Yes
- Frequency: 76 MHz to 108MHz
- Rechargeable Built-in Lithium Ion (LI-ION)
- 1500 mAh
- Normal Use: 2 hours
On Board Buttons and Slots:
- TF/Micro SD card slot
- 3.5 mm (headphones)
- Pen Stylus
- AV In
File Formats Supported:
- Video: MPEG, MPG, WMV, AVI, ASF
- Music: MP3, WMA
- Photos: JPEG
- EBook: TXT
- Others through direct WINCE access: Word, Excel, PPT, PDF
OSD Menu Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Polish, Finnish, Romanian, Slovenian
Dimensions: 180 mm x 113 mm x 12 mm (L x W x H)
Certification: CE, FCC, RoHS
800 x 480 screen resolution for movies that come out clearer, crisper, and brighter!
Install WIN CE 5.0 programs and apps to significantly extend the functionality of this portable GPS device
Special GPS Note: This model is compatible with most brands of GPS software, such as TomTom, iGO, Route66 etc. - however hardware specific software such as Garmin may not run on this unit. As the wholesaler. Any software installation you undertake should be performed or supervised by a professional.
7 Inch HD Touchscreen GPS Navigator
4GB TF Card
Car Mounting Kit
Mini USB to USB Cable
User Manual - English
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
How much do I have to pay monthly to use GPS?
You don't have to pay to use GPS. The satellites which transmit GPS coordinates are maintained by the US government. You just need a GPS receiver to take advantage of the data. 5 Inch HD Touch Screen GPS Navigator (Direct WIN CE Access) contains a top of the line GPS receiver.
Once I have the GPS software and maps, how do I install it into this device?
Copy the software and maps onto a Micro SD card. Insert it into the Micro SD card slot. From the main menu go to SETTINGS. Then select NAVI PATH and browse your Micro SD card. Look for a file that looks like this: nameofGPSsoftwaremaker.exe where the first part of the file before the dot is the name of the software maker, and the part after the dot signifies that it is an executable file.