Hitachi launches GPS microsite, offers cash-back on GPS units

Hitachi launches a microsite dedicated to GPS

Hitachi has launched a microsite specifically dedicated to GPS to coincide with the launch of their latest units.

Dedicated to providing consumers with detailed information on new GPS features, the site offers the consumer information on specific categories including navigation, safety features, entertainment and connectivity, along with Hitachi's product range and accessories.

Users will find both general information, and Hitachi specific features on the site, located at:

Hitachi also recently updated their two GPS models, the MMP-401B and the MMP-501B. Both feature text-to-speech technology, Sensis Australia V14 mapping and a database with over 500,000 Points of Interest (POI).

A special promotion from 12th October 2007 to 14th January 2008 means consumers are entitled $50 cash-back when they purchase either the MMP-401B or MMP-501B units.

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