|Well, I have always been a huge fan of cars with GPS navigation system, so much so, that at one point, I even thought of using my Laptop as a GPS in my car. But looks like I have found a more convinient and a judicious way to go about it. Its very simple!!! buy a Blackberry 7100i. TeleNav, America's leading provider of LBS (location Based Services) have come up with a GPS Navigator, a Java-based GPS navigation application that offers visual and audible, turn-by-turn driving directions and mapping, on the RIM(research in motion) BlackBerry 7100i.|
It is very similar to the in-car GPS navigation systems found in luxury vehicles, displays maps, graphical driving cues, speed and direction, and provides audible turn-by-turn directions to help drivers get to their desired locations, but really the coolest thing is, they are portable and travel with the user. Blackberry 7100i owners now get regular updates from Telenav about map information to ensure the most current driving instructions, making it easier to maintain.
TeleNav features interactive voice response system, which can be used to input a destination or airport code, the feature not found in the conventional GPS system. TeleNav offers multilingual capabilities for Spanish, Russian, French, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Portuguese and Mandarin. But the coolest thing I found was that, TeleNav GPS Navigation offers the ability to seamlessly use the addresses and locations stored in a user's BlackBerry address book. Now, that is technology for you!!
TeleNav costs $9.99 a month and new customers who sign-up for TeleNav can use the service free of charge for the first 30 days.