Magellan has announced its newest GPS device called the RoadMate 1470 featuring OneTouch user interface. The 1470 has a 4.7-inch display and offers premium navigation features like the AAA TourBook and highway signs, along with lane guidance.
The OneTouch favorite drop-down menu offers personalized search icons to find favorite places. An AAA member roadside assistance menu is also built-in. Highway lane assist helps assure that drivers are in the right lane for the next upcoming turn.
Maps of the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico are included. Multi-destination routing is offered allowing you to plan stops along the way during a trip. A feature called SmartDetour routes drivers away from heavy and stationary traffic. Pricing for the 1470 is $299 and it is available now.
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