The popular Pharos PDR-140 All in One Portable GPS has dropped in competitive price from $350 down to $149 at most retail outlets.
Pharos PDR 140 has a with 4 inch color display with beautiful preloaded maps of the United StatesS. In building the GPS portable, Pharos answered every need asked by mobile professionals.
The gadget GPS combines complete accuracy with street-level GPS navigation, complete with hands-free, Bluetooth calling capability and MP3, photo viewing and video playing. Navigation solutions are powered by Pharos’ award winning “OSTIA” software, which offers an easy to use interface for rapid input of addresses and output of driving directions.
The bottom line: Though the Pharos Drive GPS 140 has an accurate receiver and good Bluetooth integration, it will require patience on your part as it suffers from somewhat sluggish performance. The hands free Bluetooth feature for cell phones helps to keep eyes on the designated route when discussing business and also comes in handy for in-vehicle multi-person conversations with customers or the office.
You can’t beat the price reduction. With all its features and abilities, you can’t beat the $149 reasonable price. We’ve seen COMPUSA feature it for $149.99 and the local retail store we visited said they had plenty of stock.