November 13, 2006 by Rachel Cericola
This is not easy to admit, but I still get lost in my hometown. And I know what kind of directions I give, so it’s probably easier for me to depend on something like Sanyo’s Easy Street NVM-4030.
This handy dandy GPS is portable and can guide you with the soothing sounds of an animatronic voice. The enclosed 1GB SD card holds about a million points of interest, which you can discover by letting your finger do the walking across the 4-inch screen.
If that’s not enough, the Easy Street also plays MP3 and WMA audio files with an optional SD card, and works with your cell phone for hands-free access.
That’s it. Now get lost! I dare you…
- 4-inch LCD touchscreen
- NAVTEQ digital map database includes over 1.4 million points of interest
- Includes voice guidance
- Blueooth-enabled hands-free cell access
- No subscription required
- No downloads needed
- 5.79 x 3.47 x 1.06 inches
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