Allen Sports Navigator

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Allen Sports Navigator

Introduced at CES 1008, the Allen Sports Navigator Allen Sports Edition is a GPS unit that works with most Bluetooth phones or your PDA.  Created originally for bicyclists, it's a perfect fit for others who want a GPS that doesn't require carrying another device.  Because of this portability, the Navigator fits right in with our focus on mobility.

Since almost everyone already has a cell phone, adding a GPS to it makes a lot of sense.

You can choose either 2D or 3D street-level maps.  The map content is always up to date as it's delivered via your mobile network.  You can also find restaurants, gas stations and other points of interest on your route. 

Compatible with many phones from carriers such as Alltell, AT&T, Qwest, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon, its voice instruction will get you where you're going.

For the outdoor enthusiasts, check its full-functioning ActiveOutdoor GPS. You'll have instant access to street-level maps for all of the US and Canada and full topographical maps for select regions in Europe and the US.

What do you get with either of the products?

  • A lifetime license on the software. That means you can easily transfer the software to a new phone.
  • Free system upgrades
  • A user account fo access to additional mapping services
  • A phone holder for bicycle and a separate attachment for a car
  • Bluetooth GPS receiver that's small enough to keep in a pocket or purse (3 1/2" x 1 3/4" x 1/2")
  • Car charger, USB to mini-USB charging cable, AC charger and a battery with 12-hour life

Suggested retail price starts at $240.

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