The device is 0.7-inch thick, one of the thinnest on the market, but still features a 7-inch touchscreen display. Besides that, it includes two large stereo speakers, which come in handy when receiving the voice-guided directions pronounced by the navigation software. However, the MP3 support lets you use the speakers for streaming your favorite music while the display lets you browse your JPG-based photo gallery.
The night mode automatically adjust the brightness of the display should you use it at night, but remember that it will reduce the battery life by several minutes or even hours. Buying the whole package, which by the way costs $350, brings you an AC/DC adapter, a car adapter, an USB cable, a protection pouch, a suction cup and a stylus.
"With the addition of these two models, our slim SNAP navigation systems line offers displays for a wide-range of needs," commented Eddy Zheng, Nextar founder. "At just 0.7" thick with Nextar's advanced magnetic docking station, these new units fit in very narrow locations. Slim design, choice of screen size, complete coverage of two countries, and lots of terrific features make our SNAP lineup the perfect solution for the most discriminating buyer."