Posted on 07 June, 2012 by Keron Calame | No Comments
Garmin introduces a new GPS navigation device for motorcyclists, the zūmo 350LM that is waterproof to IPX7 standard and is built touch with fuel-resistant plastics to service in tough weather condition. The device was designed for motorcyclists, it can be mounted on the handle bars using the included motorcycle mount with power cable and mounting hardware.
The zūmo 350LM comes equipped with a sunlight-readable 4.3-inch glove-friendly touchscreen display and built-in speaker which assist in turn-by-turn, voice prompted directions. If the device is being used on motorcycle, you can have voice guidance delivered to your Bluetooth helmet or headset.
The GPS device comes with lifetime map updates and includes a speed limit indicator, Exit Services that display parks, gas stations, shops and restaurants for upcoming exists and Lane assist with junction view that guides riders to the correct lane for an approaching turn or exit. The device also comes with Service History Log that lets cruising enthusiasts record the date, mileage and type of maintenance performed on their motorcycles.
Garmin plans to launch the new Garmin zūmo 350LM during Q3 2012 and it will be available for the price of $699.99.