"Sounds smart and the way of our futures"2.5 starson by eeee
Pros: works in all your cars by releasing a suction cup.
Cons: first adopter consumers will pay more to be avant garde: Tom Tom is embracing the future and wants to definitely be first.
Summary: I was saying this as soon as I heard about the Sprint GPS nav app for Blackberry and other Sprint phones from by brother who uses it: The $200 and up stand alone GPS units may just disappear if most people will have this in their phones with their data plans.
Another idea: car in-dash GPS systems better be lower priced going forward or else who would want to spend $1,000-1,300 for them if most will have it on their phone and get the sound via Bluetooth dashboards or speakerphones.??
Unless people will agree to pay that level for a larger display in the dash and the large display by itself in terms of hardware cost DOES NOT justify $1G to $1.3G