Relive the '80s with the Knight Rider GPS from Mio. With a design inspired by this timeless classic, you'll feel that magic as you are given turn-by-turn driving directions by the original voice of K.I.T.T. To ensure the fantasy is complete, the Knight Rider GPS by Mio ships with over 300 male and female names pre-installed, so you'll be addressed by name as you head out to rid the world of evil, or just head down to the corner store for a gallon of milk. If that sounds good, check out the looks--the Knight Rider GPS also features a multi-segment LED readout that flashes in sync to the voice.
From the Manufacturer
Manufacturer's Review--August 3, 2008
Ride the highways and byways guided by the voice of K.I.T.T.--the most iconic TV car of all time with Mio's Knight Rider portable GPS navigation unit. You'll enjoy an authentic Knight Rider experience wherever you roam with red LED light accents and voice guidance and turn-by-turn directions provided by the original voice of K.I.T.T. (William Daniels) to help you get out of any jams (traffic or otherwise). Boasting fast and accurate GPS reception, top-notch mapping, and a comprehensive POI (Points of Interest) database in addition to a 4.3-inch widescreen LCD and memory card expansion, all that's missing is Michael Knight and his patent leather jacket.
The Knight Rider GPS features a 4.3-inch LCD, pre-loaded maps of the U.S. and Canada, and over 4 million points of interest.
The K.I.T.T. indicator LED display moves in sync with the anamorphic equalizer for an authentic Knight Rider light show.
For an authentic Knight Rider experience, Mio collaborated with Navtones to include exclusive voice guidance and turn-by-turn directions featuring new recordings made by William Daniels as the voice of K.I.T.T. The device's integrated randomized greetings and custom names will welcome you to your navigation experience. You can be Michael if you're a purist, or choose from one of the list of 300 names. The Knight Rider GPS features an active LED voice synthesizer display that moves in sync with the voice, just as it did on K.I.T.T.'s dash, which provide a clear representation of all audio commands as they occur. The unit can even be programmed to advise you of speed limit infractions just in case you're applying too much turbo boost.
The opening credits from the Knight Rider TV series.
The highly sensitive SiRFInstantFixIII GPS receiver provides a rapid time-to-first-fix positioning, is WAAS enabled, and can acquire a signal even in urban canyons and under dense foliage. With pre-loaded maps of the U.S. and Canada, the Knight Rider GPS is ready to operate in minutes with no computer set-up required. Containing over 4-million POIs such as restaurants, hotels, gas stations and more, you are never more than a few keystrokes away from your destination. Simply select the category of your desired location, make your choice from the provided list, and you are ready to find just about anything you are looking for, giving you a local expert as a traveling companion.
Intelligently designed, the 4.3-inch anti-glare touchscreen LCD allows for more on-screen information and additional details about upcoming intersections. This full-color display also offers a 480 x 272-pixel resolution for easy at-a-glance information. The included cradle doesn't just hold your navigator, but will also charge the battery while you drive when connected to the power cable.
- Memory expansion via Secure Digital (SD) and MultiMedia (MMC) memory cards
- USB 2.0 connectivity for transferring data and charging
- Turn-by-turn voice guidance in 16 languages (including English, French, and Spanish)
- Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Dimensions: 5.12 x 3 x 0.7 inches
What's in the Box
Mio Knight Rider GPS portable navigator, dashboard mount, DC in-vehicle power adapter, USB cable, quick start guide, printed user documentation
WAAS: An acronym for Wide Area Augmentation System, WAAS augments the information provided by GPS satellites with a network of ground-based stations that compare the two sets of location data. A GPS that utilizes WAAS corrections can provide position accuracy of less then 3 meters, compared to the 6 to 12 meters with a normal GPS signal.