Magellan announced a new line of very thin pocketable GPS units for auto navigation. The new Maestro 4200 and Maestro 3200 series feature integrates AAA TourBook travel information and are only 17.8mm thick and 82.5mm tall.
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The 4200 has a 4.3” QVGA LCD and the 3200 has a 3.5” QVGA screen. Real-time traffic information is included with a free three month subscription, and alternate routes are suggested if an accident or backup is found.
Both units also feature voice command and control that allows hands free operating of the functions that drivers use the most. This feature allows you to say “Go Home” and the GPS will route you home. The Maestro 4200 line will include the Maestro 4250, which will be available in October for $499. The 4220 will also be available in October for $449 and a Maestro 4200 will be available for $349.
The products in the 3200 series include the Maestro 3220 available in October for $349 and the Maestro 3210 also available in October for $299 with the base level Maestro 3200 available in September for $269.