The Delphi NAV200 features a compact design and the following features: Windows CE running on 400 mHz CPU, 3.5 inch color screen, SIRFstart(TM) III GPS chipset antenna, TMC support, MP3 player, video player, photo viewer and games.
NAV200 comes with U.S. (including Hawaii, Alaska & Puerto Rico) and Canada maps already preloaded on a SD card (1.5GB). The Delphi NAV200 is priced at $349.99 and will be available this October at major retailers.
More details in this Delphi press-release. Delphi published a comparison (pdf) of the NAV200 to other portable GPS devices like the Tom Tom One, Sony NV-U70 and Garmin c340.
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