7xx and 8xx The 7xx and 8xx models were offered with 4.3" wide screen and FM transmitter.

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2720 was the base and 2730 added XM radio, FM transmitter, and MP3 player functions. i3 released in August 2005 had a 2.1" 176x220 color display and the i2 released in October 2005 had a 2.1" 176x240 monochrome display.

Maps were loaded from DVD to the 128MB Micro SD card.

The 26 models were supplied with maps on a CD plus a 128MB CF card. They had a reversing light sensor, speed sensor, and angular direction sensor, to boost the system's accuracy, plus dead reckoning capability.

The 26 models did not come with a CD and the maps were pre-installed on the 2.2GB Microdrive. The 26x0 models were replaced in July 2005 with a 3.5" 320x240 touch-sensitive color screen.

slims down the 7x5 series and omits some functionality, such as FM transmitter and mp3 player.

The 14x0 series, launched July 2009, offered 5" wide screen and multi-point routing (also present on 7x5 models).The 8x0 series, launched June 2008 added voice recognition.The 8x5 series superseded the 8x0 series in Q1 2009 which added lane assist.The 13 models also launched in Q2 2009 supersedes 2x5W models and includes text-to-speech capability.The 13x0 series launched in Q2 2009 and offered 4.3" wide screen.The following is list of current and discontinued products The devices used 8MB or 16MB cartridges, onto which mapping data was loaded from the user's computer, at a chosen detail level (8MB covered the Atlanta Metropolitan Area at high detail, or a greater area at highway-level detail).