Magellan and Google team up

The first bit of GPS news out of CES this year has Magellan releasing the Maestro 5340 which will include GPRS for cell network connectivity. This network connectivity will be used to connect to…you guessed it…Google search and data services. At almost $1300 for the unit it will not be for small of purse, and don’t forget the charge for the GPRS connection.

Magellan and Google buddy up for Maestro Elite 5340+GPRS – Engadget

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  1. should not this type of functionality be getting cheaper, not more expensive? using the pda phone with integrated gps you already own, you already have 80% of this functionality. why do people insist on throwing their money at large corporations?

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