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VideoSeven Portable Navigator (3.5" Touchscreen) - now £104.99 delivered !
VideoSeven Portable Navigator (3.5" Touchscreen) - now £104.99 delivered !

VideoSeven Portable Navigator (3.5" Touchscreen) - now £104.99 delivered !

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VideoSeven Portable Navigator (3.5" Touchscreen) is just £110 delivered @ Ebuyer.com

Edit : now £104.99 delivered

Features: 3.5 digital TFT LCD | 250 cd Display brightness | 320 x 240 Display resolution | Sirf III-Chip (Sirfstar III) | JPG Picture Viewer | MPEG4 Video Viewer | MP3 Player | Touch Screen | Voice Prompts

Description : The VideoSeven Portable Navigator PMD1400 is one of the latest GPS Navigation Systems to hit the market. Its slimline product casing is both stylish and practical and the 3.5 inch LCD screen makes navigation a breeze. The VideoSeven also features a built in MP3 and MP4 Movie player along with a games viewer with four built in games. You can easily expand the memory by using Secure Digital Cards.

The V7 PMD 1400 is the top device in this class of the navigation systems. The attractive navigation solution offers a very good ratio price/performance, especially due to the new very reliable navigation software leading the cross-border travels through the European countries. The navigation software is easily understandable, it can be installed in a couple of seconds and the user interface is not only attractive but also fast and simple. Beside navigation, you can use the device for listening to MP3 and MP4 and for seeing photos.

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Original Poster

http://image.ebuyer.com/customer/promos/UK/dotd/dotd_20070318.gif

Nice find edi Thanks!

Who's DOTD is it?
This sounds much like the Gizmondo, that was a right piece of junk as a Sat Nav.

Original Poster

dinosteveus

Who's DOTD is it?




Would mind saying a bit more dino?

edi

Would mind saying a bit more dino?



Soz, :oops:
Is it your DOTD or ebuyers? It doesn't say anything on that link to ebuyer that this is the DOTD and it's only a fiver saving.

It's eBuyer's Deal Of The Day: ]http//ww…322

On the right and scroll down a little ;-)

A fiver is better than nothing

Original Poster

Thanks Ray

It doesnt say DOTD on the product page @ ebuyer but can be seen from FP. Its the cheapest price I have noticed with 3.5" touch screen & Microsoft WinCE.Net Core Version 4.2 OS.

http://www.advancedmp3players.co.uk/shop/images/products/PMD1400/PMD1400mainlarge.jpg
Ebuyer reviews seem good and aparently you can downloaded safety camera locations from the internet for only £2

rayman

It's eBuyer's Deal Of The Day: … It's eBuyer's Deal Of The Day: ]http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/home/index.html?rb=26185870322On the right and scroll down a little ;-)



Ah, thanks, I've found it now.
The title had me confused (as you have probably gathered), I thought it was your DOTD or HUKD's.

Go onto froogle.co.uk and do a search for this item and you'll find it cheaper elsewhere. e.g. lambda-tek.com will deliver it for £106.73...

This one £103.88 delivered, and the list goes on...no time to check the others but it may be even cheaper if you go through the froogle listed items (list cheapest first) and check delivery charges...

Applesink

This one £103.88 delivered, and the list goes on...no time to check the … This one £103.88 delivered, and the list goes on...no time to check the others but it may be even cheaper if you go through the froogle listed items (list cheapest first) and check delivery charges...



As found here ]http//ww…154 :thumbsup:

So looks about average price then Thanks for the extra info all, potentially you can save around a tenner now!

Original Poster

Thanks for the info guys

Guys, just saw this even better price:

]http//ww…r=0
:thumbsup:

Original Poster

mk_graham

Guys, just saw this even better … Guys, just saw this even better price:]http://www.digital-fusion.co.uk/INU_products/INU_ProdDetailsL4.ASP?Type=SUPERSTORE&ID=54&ref=M4442154&stkrefre=M4442154&Err=0#xM4442154:thumbsup:



Thanks & warm welcome to HUKD mk_graham :thumbsup:

Is it possible to load European maps on this model?

Original Poster

now £104.99 delivered

I have read the reviews on this, and the Fujitsu N100, posted here earlier, and was wondering if anyone has by chance seen them both. I like the idea of a small, lightweight, portable unit to have when walking. Does this unit have a decent battery life, and is the navigation program as good as the Fujitsu, which uses Navigon software. I know this is a long shot, but if you don't ask, you don't get!
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