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GPS City launches Garmin Zumo 660 Navigation Unit
Here is some good news for the motorcyclists. They don’t need to worry about spotting locations while riding in a new place. They don’t need ask people about the routes, directions or nearest ATM locators and so on. They can simple get all these information from the motorcycle-focused GPS device, Garmin Zumo 660 navigation device, which has already caught our attention much before its release.
US-based GPS City is introducing the useful navigation device for the customers. It is likely to hit the market by the end of April or first week of May this year.
The Garmin Zumo 660 navigation device is widely known as the successor of Garmin Zumo 550, which is still attracting the motorcyclists throughout the USA. The Garmin Zumo 660 was first showcased at CES. It impressed the people because of its slim design with ruggedized and waterproof chassis.
The Garmin Zumo 660 navigation device comes with a 4.3-inch widescreen display. It does provide 3D building viewing options for the customers. Garmin has added several features, which were missing in the previous model.
The Zumo 660 supports Bluetooth connectivity, so you can listen to the directions from your phone while driving. You don’t need to look at the device for the route directions. Hence, you will enjoy your drive and outside scenery and road views.
The navigation device brings a sunlight-readable panel, large icons and a large-format keyboard. The riders just need to type the name of the place without removing the gloves. The device will display the information quickly.
The Garmin Zumo 660 comes with a DVD copy of the North American mapping software for riders to enable them plan their destinations and upload in the device. The navigation unit also provides important information about road systems, fuel, loading and many more.
The price of Garmin Zumo 660 is something around $800.