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MapmyIndia launches India’s first portable 3D navigator

New Delhi, India: MapmyIndia launched Zx250, India’s first portable 3D navigator. This device offers an augmented reality-like experience with full 3D landmarks, 3D buildings and 3D elevation across hills and mountains, apart from the regular features like house-level search, built-in city and travel guides, detailed trip computer and turn-by-turn voice instructions.

The 12.7 cm touch screen can be used as a music, movie and digital photo player and offers 2GB of internal memory as well as an expandable SD card slot of up to 8GB. The device can also double up as a hands-free by connecting to your phone via Bluetooth, and is able to stream audio, along with navigation instructions to the car’s audio system using a built-in FM transmitter.

The device will also have the latest MapmyIndia Maps v7.0 which offer house-level maps for 36 cities, (20 of which are in full 3D), over 6.3 million places, 3D landmarks across India, street-level maps for 4000 cities and all 5,76,000 towns and villages connected seamlessly via 1.79 million km of highway and road network.

Source: Zigwheels