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CoPilot Navigator 9 (laptop GPS) for salw

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by -gunut-, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. -gunut-

    -gunut-

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    I got this to use with my laptop before it died on me. Since I now have a desktop, I have no need for this. This is NIB and I am selling for $65 shipped.

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    Never get lost again by bringing high performance GPS satellite navigation to your mobile PC featuring break-through GPS antenna technology from Philips.

    CoPilot | Navigator 9 automates turn-by-turn voice guidance and map navigation by combining award winning CoPilot® satnav software with a Philips® designed next generation GPS antenna. Built for driver safety and ease of use, you simply plug in the GPS antenna, enter and destination and start driving!

    HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

    * Transforms your mobile PC into a full-featured GPS satellite navigation system
    * Provides automated voice-guided, turn-by-turn directions to any destination in the United States.
    * Features a Philips® designed USB 2.0 GPS antenna with faster time to first fix and higher overall satellite tracking performance.
    * Over 6 million miles of road in the United States.
    * Over 3 million points of interest including gas stations, restaurants, hospitals and hotels
    * 3D, 2D and Driver Safety map views with Mileage Markers, Moving Maps, auto-zoom and turn arrows that highlight the way ahead
    * Customizable preferences include routing type, stop optimization, and fuel cost estimates.

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    DO you have to have internet access for this to work?
     

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    Nope. You just plug the GPS unit into your USB port and load the software.
     
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