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Friday, January 11th 2008 - 16:02 CET
Responding to consumer requests for an easy-to-use vehicle navigation device with increased map and font sizes, Magellan today introduced the new larger, 5-inch widescreen Maestro 5310. Magellan is previewing the new device in Las Vegas at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week (booth no. 31247). Magellan's new Maestro 5310 was developed to better meet the needs of a fast-growing segment of consumers, Baby Boomers, who are seeking larger-sized displays and easy-to-use electronics. With its 5-inch WQVGA full-color display and an ultra-thin industrial design, the Maestro 5310 increases Magellan's easy-to-use classic menu interface, images and maps by 35 percent for better readability and increased safety on the roads.
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Friday, January 11th 2008 - 16:01 CET
Magellan, the fastest-growing GPS brand in the world, introduced the Magellan Maestro Elite 3270, which features the first state-of-the-art, flat-panel touch-screen display in the portable vehicle navigation industry. The new Magellan Maestro Elite solution can be viewed this week in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in Magellan's booth (no. 31247). The compact 3.5-inch Magellan Maestro Elite 3270 unit features a seamless touch-panel that integrates the newest display technology for a highly responsive screen and an elegant, high-tech look. Even a light touch will instantly get users to the next screen with its high-sensitivity display.
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Friday, January 11th 2008 - 16:00 CET
Magellan is premiering five new additions to its popular RoadMate series of entry-level vehicle navigation units, including the first 4.3-inch widescreen RoadMate units from Magellan with attractive retail pricing that begins at just $229. The Magellan RoadMate series delivers "turn it on and go" functionality in an ultra-slim, pocket-sized form. The new Magellan RoadMate 1400 series of GPS units are an extension of the best selling RoadMate brand. The Magellan RoadMate is ideal for drivers new to GPS units or for parents to give to their younger drivers. The new Magellan RoadMate series can be viewed this week in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in Magellan's booth (no. 31247).
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Tuesday, November 6th 2007 - 20:00 CET
Magellan, one of the fastest-growing GPS manufacturers in the world, unveils its Magellan RoadMate 1200 at the 2007 Specialty Equipment Manufacturer Association (SEMA) event in Las Vegas. The Magellan RoadMate 1200 features an ultra-slim, pocket-sized form factor that offers “turn it on and go” auto navigation functionality. This, combined with its attractive retail price of just $229.00, makes the Magellan RoadMate one of the most compelling entry-level GPS units in the industry.
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Monday, September 10th 2007 - 15:02 CEST
Magellan announced a second generation of its Maestro series of portable vehicle navigation devices that will feature the thinnest GPS units in the industry. Magellan’s new Maestro 4200 and Maestro 3200 series of GPS navigation devices reflect a wide range of user benefits and price points. In addition to being the only GPS brand that offers integrated AAA TourBook travel information, the new Maestro units feature a streamlined look and functionality built into a new, sleeker industrial design. At only 17.8 mm thick and just 82.5 mm tall, the new Maestro packs dozens of advanced mapping features and bright 4.3-inch or 3.5-inch QVGA screens into the industry’s most compact, portable auto navigation units.
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Thursday, August 16th 2007 - 15:26 CEST
Two of the outdoor industry’s leaders in mapping and navigation, Magellan and National Geographic, announced an alliance that will make National Geographic’s award-winning, full-color topography maps fully compatible with handheld GPS receivers for the first time. Beginning this fall, Magellan will become the first GPS manufacturer to offer full, onscreen compatibility, usage and display of National Geographic’s maps. Magellan’s new Triton series of handheld GPS devices were developed to work seamlessly with both Magellan’s own and National Geographic’s proprietary topographic maps, which are sold separately by National Geographic.
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Monday, August 13th 2007 - 17:03 CEST
Magellan, a leading global innovator of outdoor and vehicle navigation solutions, announced the introduction of its new Triton series of portable handheld GPS receivers that provide outdoor enthusiasts with the most advanced design and navigation experience available. The Triton series of six new units is the first line of rugged, handheld navigation devices designed with a new user interface flow and screen graphics making Triton easier to use and more accessible to a greater population of outdoor enthusiasts.
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Thursday, May 3rd 2007 - 21:03 CEST
Magellan, creators of Hertz NeverLost and a leading global innovator of outdoor and vehicle navigation solutions, announced the worldwide introduction of the Maestro 3100 and Maestro 3140 portable vehicle navigation devices. These extend the Maestro line’s thin, elegant design and new intuitive user interface to a new form factor that offers a 3.5 inch QVGA display. The Maestro 3140 delivers advanced navigation capabilities, including AAA TourBook guide travel information in North America, while the Maestro 3100 delivers the best navigation experience in a price category that affords more drivers the opportunity to travel with the convenience and confidence Magellan navigation systems provide.
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Friday, March 9th 2007 - 21:23 CET
Magellan, creators of the Hertz NeverLost and a leading global innovator of outdoor and vehicle navigation solutions, announced today the introduction of the Maestro series of three new portable vehicle navigation devices offering drivers the best design and navigation experience available. As a result of a partnership with AAA, (American Automobile Association), the new Magellan Maestro 4000, Maestro 4040 and Maestro 4050 are the only car navigation solutions to offer the North American public access to integrated AAA TourBook travel information and member roadside assistance details. In addition, the Maestro 4050 is the first portable vehicle navigation device to offer drivers the convenience of voice command capabilities.



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