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The Navigon 4300T Max is a GPS receiver released during the second quarter of 2009.

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Pros

Bluetooth - for hands-free calling

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2GB of internal memory

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affordable price

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4.3" touchscreen

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MyRoutes creates 3 routes from which the driver can chose one

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free real-time traffic updates

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text-to-speech functionality

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MicroSD expansion slot

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lane and exit assist modes

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Rand McNally Scenic Routes

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2 hours of portable use with built in rechargeable battery

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Rand McNally mapping data - scenic routes for joy drives

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4.3" touchscreen display

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affordable cost

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text-to-speach

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helpful lane and exit assisting

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Bluetooth connection for hands-free calling

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2GB onboard storage

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

lacks the voice-enabled address entry and control of the 4300T

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somewhat misleading moniker - 4300T Max is a lower end model than the 4300T

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non-removable battery

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Navigon 4300T Max is a GPS receiver released during the second quarter of 2009. The 4300T Max is an upgrade from the Navigon 3300 Max and adds along several features such as built-in Bluetooth for making hands-free calls, free lifetime traffic info, and text-to-speech technology. Plus, the 4300T Max GPS receiver features high-quality photo-realistic intersections (Reality View Pro) and Rand McNally scenic routes, including Best of the Road, Weekend Getaways, Scenic Tours, and Regional Trips. Unlike its peer, the Navigon 4300T Max receiver boasts up to 2GB (versus 1GB) flash memory. The 4300T Max GPS also includes more points of interest and a longer-lasting battery. In all other ways, the Navigon 4300T Max is a duplicate of the 3300 Max. The Navigon 4300T Max retails for $279.99 and was available for pre-ordering beginning March 9th (2009) on Amazon, CompUSA, Crutchfield, JR, and TigerDirect.

Upgraded Features
  • Bluetooth
  • Text-to-Speech
  • Photo-Realistic Intersections
  • Rand McNally Scenic Routes
  • 2GB Flash Memory
Features
  • NAVIGON MyRoutes
  • Reality View Light
  • Lane Assistant Pro
  • Clever Parking
  • POI Click
  • Coordinate entry
  • NAVIGON MyReport
  • Favorites on the map
  • Emergency Help
  • Safety Camera
  • Smart Speller
  • Speed  Assistant
  • Autoswitch Day & Night Mode
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Real  Signpost  Display
  • 2D/3D view
  • Dynamic Route Overview
  • PIN Protection
  • "Go Home" Function
  • MicroSD Card
Specifications
  • Display: 4.3" touchscreen in 16 : 9 format
  • GPS: SiRF Star III + Instant Fix II
  • Operating System: Windows CE
  • Memory: 2 GB Flash / 64 MB RAM
  • Processor: Atlas IV (500 MHz)
  • Battery: 1300 mAh Lithium battery
  • Weight: 6.2 oz
  • Dimensions: 4-3/4”W x 3”H x 15/16”D
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