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Foehn & Hirsch N30 Sat NAV 3.5" - UK 2010 Maps, FM Transmitter - £45.05 incl. p+p @ Ebuyer
Foehn & Hirsch N30 Sat NAV 3.5" - UK 2010 Maps, FM Transmitter - £45.05 incl. p+p @ Ebuyer

Foehn & Hirsch N30 Sat NAV 3.5" - UK 2010 Maps, FM Transmitter - £45.05 incl. p+p @ Ebuyer

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Product Description

Foehn & Hirsch Next generation capabilities

The technical prowess of the N30 is elegantly complemented by its slimline design. It might be a slender 13mm wide, but that sleek form disguises powerful GPS performance. Its next-generation capabilities range from postcode searches to highly reliable and accurate positioning and route planning with the latest maps for the UK 2010.
What’s more, we’ve overhauled our software to make the 3.5” touchscreen much easier to use – and far more intuitive to get to the features you want.

Highly-compressed Seamless Maps
Two-way point Navigation
3D/2D Graphic Interface
Step-by-Step Voice Navigation
Speed Safety Camera Warnings
Highway Signpost
Off-road Navigation
Navigation in Tunnels
POI Search By Phone
Support 12 Languages
Postcode Support
Light Sensor
Multi-POI locations
22 POI Catagories
Back-To-Navigation Hot Key
GPS Log tracking your trip
Games - Pacman, Bubbles, Breakout, Tetris, Memory, Othello
MP3 Player
Video Player
E-Book Reader
Calculator
Photo Viewer
FM Transmitter (allows connection to a Radio)

Technical Specifications;
MSTAR ARM9 MSB2501 400MHZ
Microsoft Win CE.NET 5.0 Operating System
2GB Internal Memory
Built -in GPS high sensitivity receiver and Ceramic Antenna
3.5inch colour 320x240 TFT display touch panel
Expansion Slot; Micro-SD card (Support upto 8GB)
High Sense
FM Function
Hi Speed USB with ActiveSync
Built-in speaker 2.0w (Mono)
Built-in Li-ion 850 mAh Rechargeable battery
Dimensions: 78mm(H)*100mm(W)*13mm(D)
Weight:170g box : 110g
Satellite reacquisiton Time Accuracy:100ms
Position Accuracy:up to 3m possible
Approvals: RoHS, CE
In the Box;
Satellite Navigation System
Built in Nand Flash for preloaded maps
USB DC Power Lead with 5V Car Adapter
USB Cable to connect to your PC/Laptop
Car Mounting Cradle
CD with User Manual & Backup Maps
Quick Start Guide
Software Product License
Gift Box

16 Comments

£45.05 delivered (you did mention the charge but did not include it in the title. This will attract cold votes)



Edited by: "pet2000" 16th Nov 2010

Original Poster

changed it cheers

I'm just having a guess here but I assume the FM TRANSMIT function will transmit MP3's to any nearby radio that tunes in to it.

Good if the quality is OK.

Original Poster

the FM Transmitter transmits FM to your Radio, so any sound coming from the GPS unit goes through the car radio.

So is this OK or what?

Cheers Op - bought one as a present for the father-in-law.

And remember, if you dont like the awful Turbodog, you can install TomTom and many other.

simplesatnav.co.uk/for…tml

Edited by: "pet2000" 16th Nov 2010

Original Poster

^^ yup, very easy to install iGo, TomTom is a bit of a pain because you have to activate the maps.

all the info is on the GPS Underground forums

Original Poster

pstuart

So is this OK or what?



It is cheap and will work. i've had cheap ones like this the last few years, only recently bought a new one as i fancied a bigger screen... FYI, 6" is too big

You might possibly get one cheaper if you order direct from China from a place such as DealExtreme, but it is much easier to buy from eBuyer (dont have to worry about it getting lost, take months to arrive or being unable to send it back). Will only save you a couple of quid from China anyway.
Edited by: "mugglesquop" 16th Nov 2010

ahh! Foehn & Hirsch the B&O of council estates!

Last time when I was in Dover I used Navfree on my iPad. couldn't believe it was so good for the first journey but for return journey it was pain in the back. for every motor way it forgot to say 2 so m26 became m6 and so on.

buju247

ahh! Foehn & Hirsch the B&O of council estates!



wtf?

These a very good but do need different software for best performance, there are plenty of tutorials on the internet to show how it's done.

I had the Foehn and Hirsch V3 running TomTom, battery life was diabolical, about 10 minutes off the charger, gave up the ghost after 6 light usage months whilst I was on a business trip to Scotland between Edinburgh and Glasgow, luckily managed to find a Argos and get a Garmin Nuvi - so much more reliable for some daft reason you cant do advance planning!
Just think twice...

Thanks all , think I'll pass.

Unsafe innitt!

Original Poster

not really...
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