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Video7-nav740.3547133
4.9 out of 10

Video7 NAV740

V7 makes GPS Navigation fun and easy with the V7 Navigation soft Read more

Great Deal: $99.00

Specifications

Feature
Value
Comment
Display
4.3” LCD Touch screen
Resolution
480 x 272 (WQVGA)
Processor
Samsung 2440 400Mhz
System Memory
64MB Flash Onboard / 64MB RAM
Storage Type
2 GB SD/MMC Flash included
Built-In GPS Module
SirfStarIII 20-channel high sensitivity chipset (WAAS Enabled)
Battery
Rechargeable Lithium-Polymer (1600 mA)
Battery Life
Up to 5 hours; or up to 3.5 hours with GPS navigation
Speaker
1 Watt speaker
Bluetooth
None (See model NAV720 for hands-free speakerphone)
Customizable settings
LCD Brightness, Calibration, Clock, Up to 20 languages
Operating System
Microsoft WindowsCE .NET 5.0
Navigation
V7 Navigation Software with Text-To-Speech
V7 Multimedia Player
Pictures, Music, Video (MP3, WMA, OGG, MPEG4, AVI, WMV, GIF, JPG, TIFF)
Calculator
Standard, Scientific, Unit Conversion
Maps
Premium Maps of 50 US States, Basemap preloaded on SD-Card
V7 Navigation™
Easy-to-use touch-screen interface with larger and more visible buttons
Voice Guidance
Turn-by-turn directions in multiple languages (up to 20)
Text to Speech
Directions based on spoken street and highway names (English Only)
Optimize Travel
Add multiple destinations, optimize for the quickest or shortest route
Track Logs
Record traveled path, even without charted roads
Custom POIs
Add your own POIs, including Safety Cameras
Preloaded POIs
Over 11 Million points of interest in the United States
TMC Connection
Optional Accessory (not available in all regions)
Available Ports
USB, Audio Out
External Volume Control
Yes
GPS Antenna Integrated
Installation Easy-mount Cradle
Dimensions& Weight
123mm(L) x 82mm(W) x 19.8mm(H) / 190 grams
Contens of box
V7 NAV740 GPS Navigation Device, CD with Manuals, DVD with Map Loader and Backup Maps, Cradle with Gooseneck Mounting Bracket, Quick Start Guide, USB AC Adaptor and DC Car Charger
Colors
65536
Release Date
First seen
9 November 2007