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    TomTom Rider

    TomTom Rider

    tomtom-rider-motorcycle-gps-navitationFor motorbike fanatics and hard-core riders, there is a new product for them that will surely change the way they travel with this two-wheel vehicle. The TomTom Rider is the most innovative motorcycle which features the latest technology which will revolutionize the way people travel.

    This motorbike features a Global positioning System (GPS) which will assist riders to easily travel and navigate any place they would want to go. The GPS provides large and readable icons for easy viewing, plus, this has been highly-designed to withstand extreme vibration, shock, and other harsh elements including water and wind.

    The GPS system provides a complete and comprehensive mapping detail that covers locations in Canada and US. It features over millions of location points, plus a built-in Bluetooth technology located in the headset. This technology feature also allows riders to make hands-free cell phone calls. This motorcycle is available in US and Canada and will soon be made available in some European countries.

    Other impressive features include real-time weather reporting which is ideal for constant travelers who need this kind of information. Plus, it also features safety security system which allows riders to see different terrains such as downhill, uphill, muddy, swampy, and other types of area.

    The GPS Navigation system provides riders with various clear instructions. This device also allows easy touch-screen functions (this requires the use of special patented gloves to operate this feature).

    Other features include 20 Channel All-in-view tracking; 32 MB RAM, CPU: 380 MHz, 3.5 inch, 320 x 240 TFT color LCD touch-screen display; 12V motorbike battery, Memory card / SD card with software and mapping details, four mounting kits to fit most motorbikes and scooters; USB port and cable for a reliable PC connection; internal rechargeable Li-Ion which operates for up to five hours; and Bluetooth headset battery which allows for up to 10 hours of continuous use and 250 hours when in standby mode.

    This technology innovation is so easy to use and requires no special software or hardware, just plug in the device and switch it on.

    Via: Gadgets Fan

    David Novak
    David Novakhttps://www.gadgetgram.com
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