Motorola has announced two new GPS navigation devices, the TN700 and TN500. They are both “connected” devices, however you’ll need to hook them up to a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone if you want to transfer data. The technology comes from Airbiquity and the Google Search capability augments the internal POI database.
The TN500 has a 4.3″ widescreen display with lane guidance, junction views and spoken street names, while the TN700 has a larger 5.1″ cinematic display along with other features found on the TN500, but adds real-time traffic with an optional dash cradle.
Nothing on price yet, but you can expect them to arrive in the first quarter of 2010.