First time users of navigation will find the NAV200, which is not much bigger than your hand at 3.5″, less intimidating and easy-to-use than some other GPS devices with tons of bell and whistles. Though the device is positioned as an easy to use product it still has the ability to watch movies or act as a slide show.
The NAV200 home screen features a bright, colorful interface with large round icons on a touch screen for simple selections. The software is based on Microsoft Windows CE operating system for a
comfortable potentially frustrating user experience. The NAV200 comes with U.S. (including Hawaii, Alaska & Puerto Rico) and Canada maps already preloaded on an SD card. The unit also has voice guided directions and real time traffic from the Traffic Monitoring Channel (TMC) programming via an adaptor.
After its North American debut for $349.99 in October, the Delphi NAV200 will be sold globally in Europe, Asia Pacific and South America.