Abans launches GPS navigation systems

Saturday, 2 February 2013 00:00 -     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

Finally, the burden of navigating Sri Lankan roads has been lightened thanks to Abans Ltd. when it announced the launch of the DPJH SatGuide Navigation System for Sri Lanka.

This state-of-the-art navigation system provides users with turn by turn navigation through the bustling streets of the island, and it is up to date with all the latest roadways and infrastructure developments.  The SatGuide boasts an index of over 225,000 important locations island-wide and its voice guidance is available in English, Sinhala and Tamil. Searching for corporate entities will also be a breeze thanks to the SatGuide’s business directory, which holds contact information of all major companies in Sri Lanka.  The SatGuide’s features, however, are not limited to that of navigation. The device can also be used to listen to music, watch videos, play games, view photos, listen to FM radio and a variety of other options. Pertinent travel information for Sri Lanka can also be accessed through the device on the offline website gatewaytosrilanka.com.

The in-built G2SL software in the device gives you invaluable information on Sri Lanka’s most sought after historical places, restaurants, hotels, shopping complexes and other important locations. This remarkable traveller’s companion has a 2GB/4GB data storage capacity, stores over 1,000 songs, and comes equipped with a video and audio player, FM transmitter, games and information on over 225 important locations island-wide. The product range consists of three portable navigation devices and car audio software, including the 5.0” Standard Silver priced at Rs. 26,900, the 5.0” Standard Orange priced at Rs. 34,900 and the 5.0” Superior priced at Rs. 39,900.  All devices and audio software are available at Abans Elite showrooms island-wide, including the Abans Apple Store at the World Trade Centre and Kandy City Centre.