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Navman F20 offers “full-featured navigator” at entry-level price

Navigation devices are great and all, but they can get pretty pricey if you want a unit with all the bells and whistles that GPS can offer. Navman wants the average Joe to find his way around too, and that’s why they’re launching the entry-level F20 Navigator with a suggested retail price of only $379.95.

It will come pre-loaded with American street maps, features a “sleek new form factor and a colorful new user interface”, and sports a 3.5-inch color touchscreen with anti-glare technology. The supplied lithium-ion battery is good for 3.5 hours of juice at a time, but you can always just make use of the vehicle power adapter for a power boost. The Navman F20 Navigator is available now.

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