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Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4070 Bluetooth 4.3-Inch Portable GPS Navigator

by Sanyo

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  • 4" touchscreen display with text to speech guidance
  • Hands-free callling using Bluetooth enabled cell phones
  • MPEG 4 video player, JPEG photo viewer, MP music, WMA (unprotected files) and WAV
  • Traffic Message Channel (TMC) * 90 days free service
  • Up to 1.8M POI
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions3.1 x 1.1 x 5.1 inches
Item model numberNVM-4070
Display Size4.3 inches
Display Resolution240 x 320
Warranty1 year parts, 1 year labor limited warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000RITGR8
Best Sellers Rank #197,408 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 3, 2008
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sanyo
  • Model: NVM-4070
  • Display Size: 4.3 inches
  • Native Resolution: 240 x 320
  • Bluetooth support: Y
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Product Description

The SANYO NVM-4070 Easy Street Portable Navigation System makes using navigation simple. It includes a large 4-inch touch-screen LCD display, intuitive user menu design and pre-loaded maps of the US (including Alaska, Hawaii, & Puerto Rico) and Canada. SANYO NVM-4050 features turn-by-turn, text-to-speech navigation; announces approaching street names and the number of feet or yards until your turn like having your own personal guide riding with you in the car. It incorporates Bluetooth technology, allowing convenient, wireless connectivity and hands-free use with Bluetooth enabled cell phones even while navigating. You can wirelessly transfer data such as phonebook contacts and MP3 music files between your Bluetooth enabled device and the Easy Street¿ navigation system, as well as send/receive SMS text messages. NVM-4050 also allows you to navigate and play MP3, WMA (non-protected) and WAV music files stored on SD flash cards or from its internal memory. Unit color black matte finish.

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Customer Reviews

There also have following minor issues: 1.
Ichiro Shidate
I spent several hours trying to get it to work (Sanyo's customer support seems to be non-existent).
Billy
Try this gps and save yourself alot of money.
TD of las vegas

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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By PA consumer on October 6, 2007
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Sanyo NVM-4070 "Easy Street" Portable Navigation System, Piano Black

We have had this item now for almost a month. It is feature rich, and the features really work. The special features of note are:
- blue tooth
- fm transmitter
- plays mp3, wav, wma files (but not wma with DRM security)
- real time traffic updates with automatic or manual re-routing

It is very fast, re-routes quickly without announcing, "off route." You can generate route alternates by clicking three buttons from the map view for an alternate route. Address selection is easy. Creating Via's is easy.

You can switch between functions relatively easily - there is a menu button. From there you can open other functions each with a soft menu button on the screen. Yes, you can control the music while you navigate, and it will lower the volume to give you directions. It will not give audio directions if you are in a phone call but the onscreen navigation will continue. Some features are mutually exclusive, but you can navigate and call, or navigate and listen to music easily. It does not include access to the book services, and my library offers free book downloads with DRM - the unit does not support DRM security.

Car FM transmitters are touchy, but the FM transmitter works fairly well. If you are not familiar, the idea is that the GPS transmits to you car radio so that you can hear the music, navigation, and phone through your car radio. In my Prius, it works best when mounted directly over the radio. It easily allows you to select the frequency to use, but it some frequencies work much better than others.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. Mayo on June 23, 2008
ORIGINALLY I RATED AS A 4 ON 6/08, BUT HAVE DOWNGRADED TO 3 (WHICH IS GENEROUS) ON 10/09
REASON: the unit crapped out on us when it was only 18 months old. Got an error when navigating that "bluetooth radio could not be found." Customer Service's response (after 2 tries and 45 min wait) was that the unit needed to be replaced, but since it was no longer under warranty that we needed to buy it. I know most Amazon users like Garmin but I might do Magellan due to being able to get a 2 year warranty as a AAA member.

BELOW IS ORIGINAL REVIEW FROM 6/08
I often rely on Amazon reviews before purchasing products, so here is our turn to contribute.

We have owned & used this product for 6 months.
We had read some good reviews of the product earlier & were motivated to purchase it for many of its features, including the traffic service. I liked that we did not have to purchase an extra antenna as it was already included. (the funny thing is that we haven't turned on the service yet....so can't comment on it)

My husband is an actor with lots of auditions all over the place, so thought it would be helpful to have a navigation system (& it has been!). Also his greatest nightmare is getting stuck in traffic & being late for a performance (hence the desire for a traffic service).

We had become accustomed to Hertz's Neverlost prior to buying this system & possibly would have stuck with that had I known the manufacturer (which is Magellan)

I'll list some of the pros and cons that we have experienced and then I will comment on some of the other reviews. (Please note that this system comes with many, many features, that we have never used.....the Bluetooth, MP3 player, downloading of books, etc.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Be Informed Not Fooled on July 6, 2008
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This gps has been unfairly criticized based on user error or unreasonable expectations.

Yes the date/time must be reset when the main battery if off but no big deal as the gps resets the date and time itself. I found the voice command volume to be quite adequate even with two people talking in the car. I actually had to turn the volume down. Street names and exits are projected on the display assuming one has looked at the directions then its announced when to exit - if the unit is set for female voice TTS then it says the actual street name or number. I contacted customer service by email they responded within 24hrs and were very helpful and stated updated maps will be out at the end of this year. I did get a map update CD with my 4070. Also Sanyo emailed me again to verify that I was satisfied with their response.

I think its a cool gps unit for the money I paid ($189) especially with all the accessories included. Reading the reviews of Garmin and TomTom it seems the Sanyo performs as well if not better condsidering the price difference. I have not tried the FM or bluetooth yet. I will update my review when I do use those features.

Update --A major interstate I35W in MN is mislabeled as MN 65. But reviews of Garmins, TomToms and others all have map problems as well. Bad maps seems to be the bane of consumer-grade gps systems. Is this one worse than others? Once I figured out the mislabeling of the interstate and was no longer confused-- the directions were accurate. Features such as fastest and shortest routes work well. I still havent tried the other features I guess I'm not really interested in my gps playing MP3s, photos and videos or even phone calls!! I just need it to get me from point A to point B accurately and efficiently.
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