What's in the Box TeleType WorldNav 3100 Premium GPS navigator, suction cup mount, USB sync cable, car power cable, user's manual, carrying case, quick guide and music transfer DVD.
WorldNav 3100 navigation - 20 hours battery life
The WorldNav 3100 is the latest in a long line of products created by TeleType to provide unique and versatile solutions for land, air and water navigation. Notable innovations by the company include: The first aviation navigation product for use on PDAs in flight, the first program to offer combination vector-based marine and car navigation for Pocket PCs, and the first 16-channel Bluetooth GPS receiver with 20 hours of battery life. Pushing the envelope of technology for Pocket PC computing, TeleType created the first program to offer the combination of street, air, water, and land navigation with live weather, topographic and aerial map support on Pocket PC and Windows CE devices.
WorldNav 3100 GPS - Price & Availability
TeleTypes WorldNav 3100 features a 3.5 diagonal screen and is available in two configurations, Deluxe ($399 MSRP) and Premium ($459 MSRP). WorldNav 3100 GPS can be purchased conveniently through on line resellers.
Both RoadMax and TeleType are trying to lower the barrier for entry level GPS devices. The RoadMax has released the VMAX 361 and TeleType have released the WorldNav 3100 GPS which will retail for less then $400 USD. RoadMax is cheaper at $349. It has a 3.5″ touch screen with voice prompt navigation running in 2D or 3D modes. The SD card comes pre loaded with US or Canadian maps.
The WorldNav 3100 GPS costs $399 and has a 3.5″ screen also. It is loaded with Windows CE and has maps for the US and Puerto Rico. It will play most audio and video formats. The premium version is a tad more expensive at $459 and has the option of a male voice prompt and also 12 million POI’s where as the standard has 3 million.