updated 12:00 pm EDT, Thu August 30, 2007
New Magellan Maestros
Magellan has announced seven new Maestro GPS units, divided into the 4200 series and the 3200s (neither pictured). All of the units rely on SiRFstar III receivers, and have features such as multi-point trip-planning and searchable points-of-interest databases; the 4250 and 3250 have a built-in TMC traffic receiver, as well as Bluetooth call support, voice commands, and AAA TourBook listings.
In addition to the above, the 4250 has a 4.3-inch widescreen touch display, and should be out in October for $499. The 4220 ($449, October) of course drops the 4250/3250 features, but is the first Maestro with preloaded maps of Mexico, and has six million points of interest. The 4200's details are unknown except that it should cost $349.
The 3250 has a more conventional 3.5-inch touchscreen, and will make its October debut for $399. The 3220 ($349) is the 3.5-inch equivalent of the 4220, while the 3210 ($299, September) drops Mexico from its database, replacing it instead with AAA TourBook information. Like the 4200, the 3200 is a mystery except for its price: $269.