UPDATE: Read our Magellan Maestro 4700 review
Over a month ago we broke the news that the Magellan Maestro 4700 had cleared the FCC. Well today its been officially announced, and here are some of the highlights:
- A second screen has been added for the OneTouch menu, allowing you to store a dozen more favorite locations
- A noise-cancelling microphone aims to improve Bluetooth sound quality
- The Maestro 4700 adds “Predictive Traffic,” meaning the unit looks at historical traffic data when determining routes; this is similar to TomTom’s IQ Routes
- “Find your car” remembers your location; handy for those mega-mall parking lots
The Magellan Maestro 4700 lists for $299.99 and is available immediately. And if it’s as good as the RoadMate 1470 I recently reviewed, Magellan could have a winner here.
Here is the full news release.