Sony enters the sat nav market
In something of a surprise move Sony has unveiled its first ever satellite navigation system. Designed to compete with the likes of Navman and Tom Tom, the Nav-U is a car-friendly system which sports a two Gigabyte hard drive (loaded with maps of all of Europe excluding Greece) and a large 9.5cm screen. The device also boasts 3D maps and what Sony claims is a very intuitive interface. There’s no details yet of its price or availability.
This seems like Sony dipping its toe in the water as the model is nowhere near as advanced or as well featured as some of its rivals.
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my son in law stated that he has bought a sony sat nav for £280 is this correct