Cobra Nav One 2500
We mentioned previously about Cobra switching from NAVTEQ to Tele Atlas for map data/software. The first Cobra device to feature the Tele Atlas data should be the Cobra Nav One 2500. The Nav One 2500 comes with a 3.5 inch touch screen color display and 2 GB of memory. Maps of the USA and Canada come preloaded on the device.
Real-time traffic can be delivered to the NavOne 2500 via a clear channel traffic receiver. The receiver is sold separately and will cost about $150.
The 2500 will also support SD cards for expansion and Cobra will be offering travel guides by the end of the year which will cost between $39 and $99 each.
The Cobra NavOne 2500 will retail for $499, however that price does not include text to speech capability to speak street names. Text-to-speech will be an additional cost.
IASAP Technology is designed to provide faster acquisition of the GPS signal and allow for uninterrupted reception. The Cobra Nav One 2500 weighs 7.8 Ounces and should become available by the end of
June August starting at about $499.