Spime Powers HP Navigator

Spime Powers HP Navigator
US-Indian LBS developer Spime is powering the freemium HP Navigator solution that comes with Windows 7 based netbooks, notebooks and tablets from the PC brand.

HP Navigator has on-board maps and POIs so it can work unconnected. There are however additional connected LBS services that can be enabled with a wireless connection. Voice guided turn-by-turn navigation is an optional feature that is to be purchased online. The map data is coming from NAVTEQ and the text to speech engine is from Loquendo.

HP Navigator is currently available in North America, Latin America and in both Western and Eastern Europe in 19 languages.

Friday, December 17th 2010

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