By October 11, 2007

New Sat Nav devices from Lonely Planet & Route 66

ROUTE 66, the personal satellite navigation pioneer, will soon be announcing the launch of its new MINI and MAXI ranges of ultra-slim navigators. The new personal navigation devices (PND) run on the same award winning software used to power the Nokia 6110 Navigator handset. The sleek 19 millimetres thick brushed-steel devices come in either a 3.5 inch screen (MINI) or 4.3 inch widescreen (MAXI) and both are suitable for pedestrian and in–car navigation.

Route 66 Mini

Route 66 Mini
Route 66 Maxi

Route 66 Maxi

The MINI and the MAXI are both available in regional (UK and Ireland maps) and European (all of Europe map) versions. Users who purchase the MINI or MAXI regional versions can download additional maps directly to the PND, be it an individual city for an impromptu weekend away or an entire country providing users with the capability to tailor the device to individual travelling needs or upgrade it to full European capability. In addition users who buy a Route 66 Mini or Maxi will be able to download Lonely Planet guides absolutely free.

We’ll bring you more news as we get it.

Posted by: Matt

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