Sanyo EasyStreet NVM-4370 now official


Sanyo NVM-4370, which we first got a glimpse of back in CES has finally been made official today. They’ve priced the device at $300 which we think is appropriate considering other brands with similar features in the market.

For $300 you’re getting a GPS navigation system with a 4.3″ screen, text-to-speech feature, bluetooth connectivity, FM transmitter to use your car’s audio, and the ability to hook up a reverse gear camera to use while backing up.

NVM-4370 comes with 7 million points of interests and the map data covers the US, including Alaska and Hawaii, Canada and Puerto Rico. You’ve also got your basic multimedia handler such as the video, audio player and the picture viewer.

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  17. billb Says:

    Been interested in this unit. People liked the performance of prior easystreet series but was lacking in support for updates to maps and software. Heard there was no support from Sanyo to update for prior easystreet series. This would be a deal-breaker for me.


  18. Kendall Weiss Says:

    Brilliant work, keep it up!


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  20. mr smurf Says:

    this sucker is now available from radio shack .com for about a 100.00 dollars dont buy it in the store though itll set you back 250.00


  21. jim Says:

    can’t type in POI info.


  22. Sanyo Sux Says:

    NO SOFTWARE UPDATES AND IS RUNNING 2007 MAPS!!! SANYO SUX!!!


  23. easy (not) street Says:

    doesnt have maps of DC, most maps are outdated. dont buy.


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  25. phil jordan (Ontario, Canada) Says:

    the NVM-4370 looks nice but the more I use is the more I hate it, and thus the less I want to use it. right now it sitting in my drawer only 12 day after I purchaed it, sad.

    Reasons:

    1. the unit will only charge properly from the mini usb car charger adaptor pluggin to the car

    2.If you connect the supplied mini usb cable of the 4370 to a toshiba sattelite to the GPS battery will overheat, burn your hand. never seen this befor in any other usb gps device.

    2.If the battery of the gps is at (20%) of charge, the gps will not accumlate charge from any other usb power source except the car charger adaptor. the unit will exibit a reboot loop until adaquate charge is aquired and a reset.

    3.when connecting the gps to a pc for map updating. unit will go into boot loop after the splash screen, if not charged to at least %40, possibley causing the units firmware (windows ce 5.0) to be corrupted (nessitating a Reset butten press) to restore.

    4. charging the gps while navigating is not possible unless you use the supplied car charger/adaptor. 3rd party AC usb chargers dont work.

    5. the unit firmware does not support “snapshot mode” to backup the entire GPS unit in case of a software snafu. only the (navigation software & maps) can be accessed or updated via the usb cable.

    6. Driving faster then 60km will render the gps useless, beecause the gps shows a approching intersecion or side road onscreen after you physically pass it. if you relied on this gps you would always pass your turn off points by about 30-75 meters, in passive or programmed navigation modes.

    7. the street name display is poor becase the gps does not try to “center” the appoching cross streets near the center of the gps screen of the road being travelled in 3d, making it hard to see some approching streets in real time, while other streets appear “partly off screen” making them difficult to read while driving.

    8. Streetname text is not auto scaled & oriented to fit the roads to make them viewble in all zoom level. this uases the user to have to manually zoom in to see the road name detailes at one zoom level and zoom out to see the visual road your travelling in another.

    9. reasson 1-5 make the system unrealible electrically and unusiable without a car present.

    10. reasons 6-8 make the nvm series of gps harder to operate on the road, making it petentially more dangerous for driver & occupants.

    11. the $90 map update from navteq 2998-2010, still did not reflect a nunmber of recenly completed highway construction project in my area in dec 2007. Most notably the red hill expressway hamilton, ontario, and the highway 69 exstesion of highway 400 north of Barrie, ontario.

    12. no system or navigation firmware updates availble.

    13 Sanyo does not provide Map updates you must purchsed via naveteq.

    I think will buy Garmin next time.


  26. Abdul Wahid Says:

    I have SANYO GPS, Model # NVM-4370.
    Most of the time it does not recognise the citiy or street number.

    What should I do ?


  27. vincent Says:

    dear Sanyo gps manufacture, i bought your 4370 gps work like shit, i hardly find any street i want to reach so poor sotfware, alots of street don’t exist in your gps system,never ever buy Sanyo product again and again, pay more at the brand u trust not cheap shit..


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