German map and portable navigation device maker Navigon just introduced two new models named Navigon 3100 and Navigon 3110 which looks very much like the TS 7000T we talked about last year.
Both 3100 and 3110 have a 3.5 inch screen – compared to 4.3″ of TS7000T -, and they also lack the integrated RDS/TMC traffic information receiver.
Like their big brother, the 3100 and 3110 use Navigon MobileNavigator 6, and are capable of warning the driver about known radar speed traps and camera locations. This service will not be free though.
Main features of Navigon 3100 and 3110:
- GPS SiRF Star III integrated
- RDS/TMC live traffic updates available in premium version
- Touch screen: 3.5 inch TFT 65K colors and 320×240 pixels resolution
- Processor: Samsung 2440 at 400 MHz
- SD/MMC slot (up to 2 GB)
- Microsoft Windows CE.net 5
- Navigation software:Navigon MobileNavigator 6
- Navteq maps
- Warning signal of radars integrated with preloaded fixed radars
- Dimensions : 11 x 8 x 2.3 cm
It looks like the only difference between 3100 and 3110 is that the former will only include regional maps (512MB) where as 3110 will include maps for 37 European countries on a 2GB card.
Navigon 3100 and 3110 will be sold for 249€ and 329€ respectively starting in April.