December 18, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
Several companies started shunning the GPS market earlier this week. However, that’s not going to stop some company named Transplant from debuting a new GPS product, the RightWay RW400 GPS Navigator.
Aside from getting you where you want to go, the new unit is offering a “gas counter,” which can plot the best route based on how much fuel you burn. It will even calculate the cost. Other features include text-to-speech, an MP3 player and an MPEG4 video player. The RW400 also comes preloaded with plenty of U.S. maps, as well as routes for major highways in Canada and over 2 million points of interest.
“The RW400 has all of the features of a high priced navigation system… except the high price,” says Steve Emery, Transplant’s president.
The MSRP on the RW400 is $200. However, Transplant is selling it direct for $150. It also comes with a 12-volt charger and mounting bracket.
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