Takara’s first navigation system in the market is the GP25 which does a pretty bang-up job for a debut. The GP25 comes with a 4″ widescreen LCD display, a handsfree Bluetooth kit, and is pre-loaded with the Destinator 6 Navigation system that informs you of any speed traps which you should be aware of. Other features include the vaunted SiRFStar III GPS chipset with a retractable antenna, a 400MHz processor, a Mini USB port, and a whole bunch of European maps from Navteq which come in the form of a 1GB SD memory card. The GP25 is capable of supporting MP3, JPEG, and MPEG 4 files to keep you entertained on the go. You can pick up the GP25 from Takara today for approximately 400 Euros.
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