NDrive G800 Photo GPS navigation (3D/Photo Imagery - the latest in GPS imagery)
NDrive G800 Photo GPS navigation  (3D/Photo Imagery - the latest in GPS imagery)

NDrive G800 Photo GPS navigation (3D/Photo Imagery - the latest in GPS imagery)

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NDrive G800 with UK & Ireland Maps (NDRIVE G800)

The NDrive G800 is the very first GPS navigator using real photos in perspective to show you the best way to navigate, experiencing something never seen before.

This brand new navigator has a 4.3' screen that allows to appreciate the aerial view in all its splendor, and comes with 8GB memory.

Look at some of NDrive G800's main characteristics:

* MUltimedia features; plays music, videos, watch photos and read e-books,
* FM transmitter; put your favorite songs in the G800 memory and listen to them on your car audio,
* Bluetooth receiver; turn your NDrive G800 into a loudspeaker of your phone calls,
* Games,
* Calculator

NDrive G800! Perception, Precision, Attractiveness...

NDrive presents a GPS device with media playback functions, the G800. NDrive G800 is powered by a Centrality Atlas-III 372MHz processor, 64MB SDRAM and runs the Windows CE .NET 5.0 OS.

It features a 4.3-inch QVGA LCD display, SDHC card slot . G800s media player supports various media formats:
* Audio Format: WMA9, MP3, WAV
* Video Format: WMV, AVI, ASF
* Image Format: JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG
* Text Forma: TXT

The device will come with maps of Portugal, Spain and Italy. You can also get map of other areas, including the US, from the official website.


Looks good...

City Coverage

Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bristol, Burnsley, Cardiff, Coventry, Derby, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Luton, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Plymouth, Preston, Reading, Sheffield, Stoke, Swansea, Wigan.

Outside of these cities you will see Map data as with other GPS devices but not aerial photos.

Good, BUT you shouldn't really be looking at the screen, certainly not admiring the view on it.

yes this is not really helpfull, but would look good.
I think TomTom have a better idea coming:


Looks great, but surely over complicates things? I would rather just see a normal map.
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