Indago add to the sat nav frenzy


The release of new navigation systems is an almost daily occurrence now. However, Indago reckon their sat nav system matches all of them – and throws in a few extras too.

The Indago system comes with a powerful GPS antenna and uses Navteq digital mapping, which they claim is the most accurate available. Added to that is the Enigma database, which provides advanced audio and visual warnings of UK and European accident problem spots, speed cameras and speed limits and a list of over over a million "points of interest", from cash machines and petrol stations to tourist attractions and shopping centres, all available to view on its 3.5" LCD screen.

It’s plug and play, fully portable and has a built-in rechargeable battery. It’s a top-end device with a top end price of around £599.95. If you want to know more, you can get the full spec and list of retailers from

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Dave Walker
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