Maestro Elite 4350 was not mentioned in Magellan’s recent press releases but we got our hands on their dealer spec sheets. It looks like we can expect the Maestro Elite 4350 to come out very soon.
First off the main screen has changed just a bit – as a result of the new OneTouch user interface. Other new features include Live Traffic Info, historic traffic data for over 750,000 miles of roadway in the 48 contiguous United States, including average speeds for every hour of the day and day of the week.
Maestro Elite 4350 also features voice commands and control, 3D landmarks, text-to-speech, and finally built-in AAA travel information.
As for hardware, Maestro 4350 features a 4.3″ touch screen, Titan GPS chipset, 2200mAh Li-Ion battery that can last up to 4 hours, SD card slot, bluetooth, and an integrated FM transmitter.
We don’t have any info on pricing but most possibly it’ll be over $500.