CES 2008: Amcor Shows New GPS Navigation Devices

Posted: Dec 20 2007, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:23am CDT, in News | CES

 
CES 2008: Amcor shows new GPS Navigation Devices
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Amcor, Inc. of Carlstadt, NJ shows a new line of GPS Navigation devices at the CES 2008.

The new GPS product line incorporates six new models that range in price from $149.99 to $279.99 MSRP.

According to Andrew Ziegler, Director of Product Management for Amcor, the new 2008 GPS product line features dynamic 3-D graphics of buildings, topography, landmarks, and dual mode screens that automatically switch to night screen graphics for easier viewing. "Amcor's value priced GPS portfolio combines stylish industrial design, and a wide array of convenient technology features, that include navigation, entertainment, and calendar appointment features" says Ziegler.
The top of the line Amcor GPS is the Amcor 4890 ($279.99). Features include 4.8 inch color touch screen, 2GB flash memory, New 3-D Building, Landmark & Topography Imaging Software, 12 Million points of interest, Bluetooh, Text-to-Speech, and media player.
Via the Amcor site.

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