Magellan announced two new GPS devices at the SEMA show in Las Vegas today. The two devices are the Maestro 3200 and Maestro 4200. Both of these new GPS devices integrate into AAA TourBook travel information, and are the only GPS devices to do so.
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The Maestro 4200 has a 4.3-inch touchscreen, pre-loaded US maps, 1.3 million points of interest and interactive point-of-interest icons. Another nice feature is SmartDetour, which routed you around sudden slowdowns in traffic.
The 3200 has a 3.5-inch QVGA touch screen and pre-loaded maps of the US. This device lacks the SmartDetour feature, but uses the same SiRF starIII chipset as the 4200. The Maestro 3200 sells for $269.99 and the 4200 varies with the retail location you buy it at.