Posted on Sunday, September 03 2006 @ 01:08:02 CEST by LSDsmurf
When you hear the name Averatec, you probably think laptops and not GPS devices. However, the company is expanding its consumer electronics portfolio with its first personal navigation system, the Averatec Voya 350. It's a basic system with text- and voice-guided driving directions, a points-of-interest database, and automatic route recalculation. But we're not knocking it for its simple feature set, especially when you consider its reasonable price tag of $379.99. That said, the Voya isn't as sophisticated as some of the systems from more established GPS companies..