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Navman iCN 750 4-Inch Portable GPS Navigator

by Navman

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  • Lets you identify destinations as pictures, rather than just names
  • Includes the latest GPS navigation software, ensuring reliable and accurate navigation
  • Includes an intuitive display and high visibility widescreen
  • Includes standard fuel and park buttons to help you find the nearest gas station or parking facility
  • Includes preloaded detail maps of US, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 7 x 6 inches
Item model numberAA005571-6E2
Display Size4 inches
Warranty1 year with proof of purchase
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FD03XQ
Best Sellers Rank #552,082 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.6 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 24, 2006
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The new iCN 750 features the market's first, high-resolution 4 WQVGA (480x272) widescreen display, the latest second-generation SiRFstarIII chipset for rapid satellite acquisition, an enhanced user and touchscreen interface, and a built-in digital camera for adding to the system's NavPix image library. Like all Navman devices, the iCN 750 is easy to operate and ready to use right out of the box. Designed for true one-touch navigation, the iCN 750 allows users to click, share, download and explore. With the click of a button, virtually any location (favorite restaurant, scenic view, business destination, house for sale) becomes a geo-referenced digital image that can be saved to the iCN 750's personal NavPix library. Innovative software allows users to select favorite destinations from their personal NavPix library and share them with friends and family. Using Navman's new website, users can conveniently download interesting new destinations to expand their own personal NavPix library. Whether destinations are work related or for pleasure, planned or spontaneous, NavPix delivers the power to explore like never before. It's as easy as see, touch, and go.

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The Navman ICN 750 In-Car portable Navigation with NavPix lets you identify destinations as pictures, rather than just names, allowing you to define your world as you see it. Since you can use the Navman iCN 750 to take your own geo-tagged pictures (as well as import other NavPix images), you will always know what to expect at your destination, so you'll no longer have to rely on hazy memories or badly described locations. You can integrate the geo-tagged images with the pre-loaded maps on its 4 GB hard disk, which ensures you have plenty of room to store your NavPix. Simply select an image as your destination or a point en route.

This top-line Navman also includes the latest GPS navigation software, ensuring reliable and accurate navigation to your chosen destination, as well as an intuitive display and high visibility widescreen.Your NavPix images integrate seamlessly with the pre-installed maps of US, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam on the iCN 750, so you can choose how you want to follow your route. You can also import your own geo-referenced pictures, letting you build up an image library to use with the iCN 750's advanced GPS navigation software. What's more, the state-of-the-art 4 inch wide screen lets you easily follow your chosen route, or you can listen to road-specific voice guidance instead.

The iCN 750 includes fuel and park buttons as a standard to give you an easy way to find the nearest gas station or parking facility. There is also a home button to automatically plan your route home at the touch of a button. And if you make a wrong turn or miss a turn-off, the Back-on-Track software puts you back on your right route automatically, ensuring that the best route is calculated without having to do anything.

The iCN 750 integrates with the optional T1 Traffic Pack which delivers real-traffic updates directly to your Navman. You will know in advance about any problems on your route and automatically recalculate your route if you want. The unit features the SiRFStar III Generation 2 receiver for optimum performance in all conditions and 4 GB Hard Drive with wireless RF remote Control.

What's in the Box
Navman iCN 750 navigator, AC power adapter, AC plugs, USB cable, mounting bracket, vehicle power adapter, CD-ROMs (SmartST 2005 software, including SmartST Desktop, map data, user's manual (PDF) and Adobe Reader), installation guide, and user's manual.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So they don't update the software.
Dennis W. Simpson
I find that the buttons on the touch screen to be not very intuitive however, they are not beyond comprehension as you can see with some poking around.
HBCruiser
I live in California & cannot windshield mount; should be a usable dashboard mount included in box!
Gregory Nelson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By HBCruiser on September 4, 2006
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A major factor in my decision of which GPS receiver to purchase was the screen size. I wanted to be able to see the details, as I do not have the greatest eyesight. This unit has a four-inch diagonal screen. It is one of the largest in portables. Another factor is that my car, a 2006 Nissan 350Z has an opening in the dash for an in-dash GPS unit. When I purchased the vehicle, I could not see paying $1800 and did not ask whether it could be added at that time. I also must say that the Navman ICN750 fits perfectly in the opening at the very rear, which helps shade it from direct sunlight. This is good since the sun tends to wash out the screen a little bit. Still, it can be read in direct sunlight. I am not using the supplied mounting device, as it must be mounted on the dash, which would obscure the gauges and is not removable to be remounted elsewhere such as a second vehicle. I have emailed the company asking whether the suction mount was supposed to be supplied along with the sticky pad I received. I may not have received it because I live in southern California and it is illegal to mount anything to the windshield. Still, that should be my decision to make. I am uncertain as to how I will mount it in my vehicle. It sits well in the opening and has only fallen face down once. The opening is well lined and cannot damage anything.
Since I have only owned it for 5 days I have not used the unit very many times. I first used it to go to work which is about a 20-25 minute drive. The device took about three minutes to find my location with the satellites. If you power the unit off and later power it on in the same vicinity, it takes only seconds to find your location.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stuart E. Johnson on March 23, 2007
The Navman iCN750 is a full feature, large screen, easy to use GPS. However, it has a few features that make it less than perfect. In 3D mode the display rotates when it cannot "lock" onto a mapped item. As a result, in a large parking lot or any open space, the display rotates sickeningly. Since the satellite acquisition time seemed so long, I purchased an external antenna and still have not found out how it is supposed to connect positively to the iCN. Trying to get technical support from Navman is more than frustrating, it is a disgusting and inadequate process. Their technical help seems to have never seen an iCN750, so cannot relate to anything reported. The juvenile answers could be expected from an ice-cream vendor but not from a high tech product producer. The 4 star rating is given for the quality of the map display, but I am really disappointed in this product and Navman support.
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Really disappointing.

I believe this unit was a prototype, and was rushed into production way too early.

You buy it, and you are on your own. Hard to use. Missing expected features, for the price. Lots of bugs. No software updates.

When you enter an address location, it gives you a really close up, tiny map of the area, but what it displays is so "close up" you can't tell if it found the correct area or even city city. You need to be able to zoom out when finding an address to make sure it is the right place. So you have to select it, say OK, save it, look at the place only to find it's not what you wanted, and then delete it, and then try the next city area.

I looked for a specific address in Harahan, LA by street address. It found SOMETHING, but since I could not zoom out, the address it found was in another city altogether! I found another match in New Orleans, but what it found was not in New Orleans at all, but a different city. The map was wrong.

The scroll up/down "thumb wheel" basically doesn't work. So scrolling up and down a list is like trial and error, jumpy, unreliable, and really frustrating.

There is NO customer support for the unit. The support web site is almost non-existent or useless. There is no email support. If you have a problem, unless it is in warranty, and it is warranty related, you are out of luck. If you need assistance, none is available.

For instance, the software update area says they routinely updates the software. After 1.5 years, it did not have an update. So they don't update the software. There is no way to tell what version of the software you have versus on the update page. The update page says like "SP1", but no version numbers. The iCN-750 shows only version numbers.
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