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AVT is brining out the explorer within us this Christmas as they offer the Navigator PN-403 for just P7,000.  And to make it even lighter on your pockets, you just charge it to our BDO, BPI, HSBC, MetroBank, RCBC, or Security Bank credit car at 0% interest for 3, 6 or 12-months installment. Catch this special yuletide season promo from December 1, 2011 until January 31, 2012 at participating dealers and shops nationwide.
 
The portable 4-inch widescreen AVT Navigator PN-403 is preloaded with an iNav Philippine map that features voice direction, lane junction assist, 3D junction view, and 3D building landmarks. iNav's map contains over 300,000 points of interest and house numbers that can be conveniently accessed through its smart keyword search function. It can even detect and alert you when it picks up a speed radar or speed camera location.
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avt_nav01AVT, the leading OE supplier of multimedia and navigation systems in the Philippines, puts their latest Infotainment system on the spotlight at the recently-concluded Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) last April 7 to 10, 2011 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.
 
Designed to replace factory-installed 2-DIN head units, AVT now offers a sophisticated multimedia information system that integrates navigation with audio-video capabilities. The customized package is a perfect fit for specific vehicles available in the local market, styled to match the vehicle's interior design to provide an OE feel. There's also an add-on backing-up camera option to aid parking. All AVT models feature a high-resolution touch screen, SD card slot, multi-media functionality, and voice prompt technology.
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Friday, 04 February 2011 15:42

Know exactly where to go with Vector GPS

Asiatype Group of Companies Press Release
 
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Asiatype Group of Companies, the leading publisher of printed maps in the Philippines, introduces Vector - a portable Global Positioning System (GPS) device that allows even those with limited road knowledge to easily find their way around. It is the Philippines' most advanced, accurate and easy-to-use portable navigation device. 

Vector receives GPS signals from global navigation satellites that determine the device’s current location. Its electronic maps, route plotting, and turn-by-turn directions allow the user to input his intended destination for instructions on getting there from his current location.
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