We have teamed up with NAVIGON this week to giveaway two NAVIGON 70 Plus GPS units to two of our lucky Australian Edition readers.
NAVIGON 70 Plus: the navigation device for virtually hands-free navigation from the award winners NAVIGON
Do you place value on greater comfort in navigation? Do you want to be able to concentrate on the traffic more? Then Motion Sensor is what you need! With our NAVIGON 70 Plus, you can interact with the device without touching it. Thanks to our new Motion Sensor, all you have to do is move your hand towards the device and the NAVIGON MyBest POI display and Options menu will be revealed in the display. After a short while, the menu items will be hidden again and you will only be shown the information you need for navigation. Motion Sensor allows you to drive more safely in traffic with an eye on the road ahead. The NAVIGON 70 Plus offers significantly better orientation and a larger visible section of the map, thanks to its large 5" display, so you can get to your destination as safely and relaxed as possible.
Always find your way with the NAVIGON 70 Plus
Use your navigation device to find your way around large cities with the Active Lane Assistant. The NAVIGON 70 Plus from the award winners NAVIGON shows you the best lane for you in a dynamic travelling animation. The Active Lane Assistant displays the stretch of road realistically and directs you in good time into the right lane. So you can be sure you'll never miss another junction or exit again! With Text-to-Speech, the navigation device announces the distance to the next turn ahead of time. The NAVIGON 70 Plus also reads out road names and exits in plenty of time, so you can just concentrate on the traffic.
Head on over to our forum giveaway page to find out how to win one! For this weekly prize, only Australian readers can enter! You don't pay the shipping charges. If you have friends or family with an Australian address, they can accept the prize for you enabling you to enter.
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