MOTONAV TN20 and MOTONAV TN30 GPS Systems launched by Motorola and RadioShack

When not building phones (like the Krave ZN4 or the AURA), Motorola tries and succeeds to make various other products, like GPS navigation systems. The latest such products are MOTONAV TN20 and MOTONAV TN30, both of which were officially announced just few hours ago.

Released in the US exclusively via RadioShack, Motorola’s new GPS are available right away, retailing at $199.99 (the TN20) and $299.99 (the TN30).   

The first GPS navigation system, MOTONAV TN20 measures 3.7 x 3.2 x 0.7 inches, weighs 5 oz and has an anti-glare 3.5-inch touchscreen display with 320 x 240 pixels.

This is what the TN20 looks like:

 

Feature-wise, MOTONAV TN20 offers:

  • Preloaded maps of continental US
  • 2D and 3D map perspectives
  • Spoken street names, turn-by-turn directions
  • More than 1 million searchable points of interests (restaurants, banks, gas stations and so on)
  • Lane guidance
  • Speed limit display and warning
  • Zoom, move maps using a finger
  • Automatic day/night mode adjustment
  • SD card slot for updated maps
  • USB charging port

MOTONAV TN20 provides up to 2.5 hours of operational time (on battery) and comes with a windshield mount, dash mount and an in-car charger in the box.

MOTONAV TN30 is a bit bigger than the TN20, mainly because it sports a wider anti-glare touchscreen display that measures 4.3 inches and supports a resolution of 480 x 272 pixels: 

 

The TN30 can be connected via Bluetooth 2.0 with phones from more than 15 manufactures, so that users can easily make hands-free calls.   

Its other features include:

  • Preloaded maps of the 50 US states, plus Canada and Puerto Rico
  • 2D and 3D map perspectives
  • Spoken street names and turn-by-turn directions
  • Search restaurants, gas stations, banks and so on
  • Zoom & move maps with a finger
  • Lane guidance
  • Automatic day/night mode adjustment
  • Millions of points of interest to search  
  • Speed limit display and warning
  • SD card slot for updated maps
  • USB charging port
  • Up to 2.5 hours of operational time  

MOTONAV TN30 comes with the same in-box accessories as the TN20.  

Via Motorola

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • crypto

    They are not cellphones, so you cannot use the Bluetooth to make hands free calls. However, you can listen to the spoken directions on your bluetooth headset./ earpiece.

  • http://www.unwiredview.com Ilinca

    No one said they're cell phones.

    But, from Motorola's press release, regarding the MOTONAV TN30:

    “TN30 has a large 4.3-inch touch-screen interface and provides Motorola’s best-in-class Bluetooth wireless technology to enable drivers to make and receive hands-free calls with a compatible phone through the unit’s internal speaker.”

    Also, from the TN30 list of features: “Bluetooth hands-free calling and Caller ID.”

    So I guess I'm right :)

    Ilinca.

  • Mex19

    Any one knows what's the nav app this device is using?

  • hotmama54

    how do you delete no longer needed addresses from the motonavTN20?

  • hotmama54

    how do you delete no longer needed addresses from the motonavTN20?