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2x0w series released in July 2007 was offered a 4.3" wide screen.

2x5 and 2x5W range released in March 2008 supersedes 2x0 and 2x0W models with updated CPU and a Micro SD replacing the SD slot.

The 26 models were supplied with maps on a CD plus a 128MB CF card. They had a reversing light sensor, speed sensor, and angular direction sensor, to boost the system's accuracy, plus dead reckoning capability.

The 26 models did not come with a CD and the maps were pre-installed on the 2.2GB Microdrive. The 26x0 models were replaced in July 2005 with a 3.5" 320x240 touch-sensitive color screen.

The 13 models also launched in Q2 2009 supersedes 2x5W models and includes text-to-speech capability.

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7x0 series, launched August 2007 was superseded in August 2008 by the outwardly identical 7x5 series which adds faster routing and lane assist function.The 1100 model was launched in May 2010, is comparable to 1200 without text-to-speech.37x0 The 37x0 series, launched April 2010 includes high-resolution (800 x 480 pixels) multi-touch display, ultra-slim case, and range-specific traffic Trends and my Trends route-planning.slims down the 7x5 series and omits some functionality, such as FM transmitter and mp3 player.The 14x0 series, launched July 2009, offered 5" wide screen and multi-point routing (also present on 7x5 models).It was available in 32MB and 128MB (Deluxe model) memory options which was used to store the user loaded maps; it had a base map featuring major highways.with 3.7" 305x160 color touch screen and a Compact Flash Type II slot.6x0 610 and 660 were launched in September 2006, with a 4.3" widescreen, support for FM traffic and Bluetooth.The 660 had FM transmitter and text-to-speech street names.2720 was the base and 2730 added XM radio, FM transmitter, and MP3 player functions. i3 released in August 2005 had a 2.1" 176x220 color display and the i2 released in October 2005 had a 2.1" 176x240 monochrome display.Maps were loaded from DVD to the 128MB Micro SD card.