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Sony NV-U92TW

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Sony NV-U92TW - GPS receiver - automotive

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      04.10.2009 14:03



      Slow, irritating, user unfriendly, badly supported and unreliable.In short: Rubbish.Don't bother.Ps. Incompatible with Heat Reflective windscreens.


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  • Product Details

    Slim, stylish and packed with great technology, the nav-u personal navigation devices from Sony put driver safety and security right at the top of the agenda.

    The NV-U92T provides the biggest, best picture yet of your journey. Despite a depth of just 20mm, this model features an ultra-wide 4.8 inch touch screen that gives a clear, unambiguous display of route information. The bright, full color touch screen offers high contrast, wide angle viewing for maximum visibility under all driving conditions.

    For even greater convenience, the wide 16:9 touch screen also offers a linear display of route waypoints, fuel stations and other point of interest - a vital safety benefit when you're concentrating on an unfamiliar route. This Dynamic Routing Information is displayed on the same screen alongside the conventional map view, giving drivers an unambiguous, easy-to-understand picture of "what's coming up next".

    This model supports Gesture Commands for even greater safety at the wheel. Just sketch a simple line or shape on screen with a fingertip and the NV-U92T will guide you safely and surely to frequent destinations - like 'home' or the 'nearest filling station'.