Harman Kardon announced today that it has added several new models to its Guide + Play line of GPS devices. The new models include the GPS-310, GPS-510, and GPS-810. All models feature the same slim design and WQVGA LCD screens.
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All three use touchscreen technology, offer real time traffic features, Bluetooth for hands free calling and support Windows DRM-10 for music. The GPS-310 has navigation and digital music control, text to speech technology, 4-inch touchscreen interface and 2GB of internal storage. The device also ships with a DC car adapter and retails for $349.99.
The GPS-510 has the same features as the GPS-310 plus real-time-traffic info, video player and automatic video transcoding for $449.99. The GPS-810 has all the above features plus a wireless rotary controller, Bluetooth, and a JPEG picture viewer and wireless FM transmitter for $599.99. All three models will be available in November 2007.
Via Harman Kardon