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|Type||Portable Navigation Device|
|Audio Features||Traveling to your favorite destinations has never been this easy. The nav-u portable satellite navigation system has a sleek, 4.3" touch-panel widescreen display and can be easily mounted in almost any vehicle. The brilliant, high-contrast full-color graphical interface is also intuitive and fun to use. Whether it's a trip across town or cross-country road trip, the nav-u satellite navigation system makes the perfect travel companion.|
<b>Dual-View-3D Junction Guide</b>
Dual View capability displays dynamic route information, in addition to the conventional map view, to provide an even clearer view of what’s around the bend or in a highway merge scenario, which Junction to take.
With a touch-screen comes control via simple, on-screen finger movements. Commonly used commands such as ‘take me home’ may be accessed by gesturing an inverted ‘V’ on the screen versus paging through numerous menu screens.
<b>RDS-TMC1 Traffic Messaging Channel</b>
Step away from standard GPS mapping and towards a more complete navigation solution. Real Time Traffic Information radio reception allows the NV-U73T to constantly monitor relevant traffic conditions and automatically re-route you around trouble spots!
<b>Super Suction Cup Mount</b>
Using the Sony-unique Super Suction Cup, mounting a Nav-U portable satellite navigation system to either the dashboard, console, or windshield in virtually any vehicle is quick and easy. Stable and secure while driving, the Nav-U portable satellite navigation system can be easily removed whenever you want to take it with you.
|Built-in Speaker||30 mm (1.2 in) Round Speaker|
|Maps Included||United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.|
|Support Memory Cards||Memory Stick Duo|
|Display Resolution||480 x 272|
|PC InterFace Supported||USB|
|Battery Life||Up to 2 hours (depending upon usage)|
|Min Operating Temperature||41°F|
|Max Operating Temperature||113°F|
|GPS System Features||87.5 - 108.0 Mhz Reception Frequency|
|Date First Available||March 12, 2008|