The Magellan® RoadMate® 3065 GPS Device - Perfect for People Heading Back to School and Work
Premium navigator offers features for safety, convenience
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (09/16/2010) – As the beginning of a new school year has arrived, and summer vacation is over, parents wishing to help their students navigate their way through a safe and stress-free semester away from home, and save themselves time getting back to work, can look no farther than the Magellan RoadMate 3065 GPS device.
The Magellan RoadMate 3065 GPS device is a premium 4.7" navigator packed with features perfect for students – like advanced Bluetooth for convenience and built-in AAA Member Roadside Assistance for safety, as well as other key features:
• Get to that class quickly with a complete traffic feature set. Free Lifetime Traffic provides real-time traffic information and the unique Traffic Wake-up makes sure it is ready when you need it. Avoid traffic jams, detours and construction zones.
• OneTouch™ favorites menu offers instant access to personalized bookmarks of favorite places and searches. With a single touch, students can easily find their new favorite college town haunts.
• Millions of points of interest to help locate key destinations like coffee shops with Wi-Fi, rival colleges during road games and of course, the team store.
The Magellan RoadMate 3065 GPS device is available at major retailers like Best Buy and Amazon.com, as well as online at MagellanGPS.com. The M.S.R.P. is $199.99.
MiTAC Digital Corp. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MiTAC International Corporation and promotes and sells products and services under the Magellan brand name. Magellan assists people to travel, work and play with leading portable navigation and positioning solutions across multiple consumer markets. Recognized as an industry innovator, the company is the producer of the award-winning Magellan RoadMate series of portable car navigation, outdoor and mobile navigation devices. MiTAC Digital Corp. is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif. For more information on Magellan, visit http://www.magellangps.com.