PsP Go Explore £49.95 instore at Currys
PsP Go Explore £49.95 instore at Currys

PsP Go Explore £49.95 instore at Currys

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Good price for this, around £90 everywhere online. Was in the Cambridge store.

Manufacturer's Description
PSP (PlayStationPortable) owners need never get lost again, because Go!Explore turns PSP into a state-of-the-art Global Positioning System, putting digital maps in the palm of your hand and making PSP the perfect travelling companion. Whether travelling abroad or tracking down a much talked about pub in your home town plug Go!Explore into your PSP to open up the world around you.
Product Description

Go!Explore is the 3D sat-nav for the PSP that uses a GPS receiver. A collaboration with market leaders TeleAtlas and NavNGo, Go!Explore is a fully functional, state of the art satellite navigation tool for PSP, incorporating both vehicle and pedestrian functionality, the very latest in three dimensional mapping technology and over 100 different categories of overlays for such things as speed cameras, petrol stations and restaurants. The Go! Explore package comes with the GPS system and a UMD featuring all UK and Ireland maps. You can choose from 12 languages and more voices will become available to download via the PSP Store.

* Points of Interest - Over 100 categories and sub-categories with thousands of locations
* Superior Graphics - 2D and 3D city maps with 3D landmarks
* Twelve Different Languages - Including 22 unique audio voices
* Find and Go - Easy search features and smart keyboard
* Smart Zoom - Automatic zooming and map tilting
* Explore Map - Search and explore the surrounding area
* My Data - Manage favourite trips, saved places and routes
* Route Settings - Fastest/shortest routes and safety/night modes
* Itinerary Mode - Step-by-step journey schedules
* Car Cradle - Turn your PSP into a in-car sat-nav with the car cradle

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Good price for this, however what is the point of it? Would anyone really want to utilise their PSP as a GPS device in the car? Even at this price point a dedicated GPS unit could be picked up for the same cash.

Sony should at least attempt to sell PSPs for what they are designed for, gaming on the move.
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