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The Snap Nav wonder.


The new Navman iCN750 GPS navigation system features an uber cool idea. The unit incorporates a 1.3 megapixel digital camera and a hard drive so you can take snaps of places you visit – cheesily called NavPix – and use these images as navigation points. Want to return to a small remote hillside? Snap the photo and click on it the next time you want to go there. Clever eh? No hassles with addresses or zip codes etc. And what’s more the company is hoping that people will eventually start sharing the NavPix via online albums. Nice! Priced at £549.00 and £100.00 extra for a lifetime subscription to a traffic update service.

 You can use the built-in camera on the iCN700 series to take a NavPix image of something that inspires or interests you…It might be a location you’ve stumbled upon by chance and want to return to. It could be a great restaurant, a scen view or an amazing building or maybe something relevant to your professional life, as a location for a photo shoot, a property for sale or a scene you need to record .

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