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A Couple of Portable GPS Navigators Revealed by Sanyo

Finding your way around town need not be brain surgery, especially if you’ve got either the NVM-4070 or the NVM-4050 “Easy Street” GPS units from Sanyo. The two navigators dressed in black sport fundamentally identical appearances and specs, with both units getting 4-inch touchscreen displays, build-in Bluetooth for handsfree conversations, integrated music players (MP3/WMA/WAV) and pre-loaded maps for Canada, US, and Puerto Rico.

What separates the higher-end NVM-4070 from the lower-end NVM-4050, other than the bigger model number, is the availability of real-time traffic data via the Traffic Message Channel support. Pushing even further, the NVM-4070 also supports picture, video, and music streaming through its built-in FM transmitter.

Both units should be available immediately for $400 and $500. I’ll let you figure out which price goes with which portable GPS navigator.

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  1. bar style phones suck!!! Just my oppinion… It always turns on and off, and buttons always get pressed when it's in your pocket!!! They suck!!! If your not careful, you could be calling China, Italy, even Turkey!!! It could happen!!! Ya! I know!!! They really do suck!!! I mean they suck so bad, I would throw all of them out the window under a moving car on a freeway just to get it brocken!!! I know!!! They suck!! Suck!! Suck!! Suck!! Suck!! Really, really, really SUCK!!! THEY SUCK BAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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