Dash begins shipping Express, Internet-connected GPS [UPDATED]
The new Dash Express GPS has begun shipping and could begin arriving as soon as tomorrow.
What makes the Express different from other GPS devices is its Internet-connectivity, allowing users to do live Yahoo searches from the devices as well as send addresses and Google Earth landmarks to the device from their home computer, as well as the ability for Express users to share points of interest and real-time traffic data with one another.
Interested? The Dash Express will set you back $600 and will require a subscription to the Dash online service for all of its features to work which goes for $10/month if you sign a two-year contract. Otherwise it will cost you $13/month.
For more information check out the product page here.
UPDATE: Dash has announced a price drop on the Express of $200, making the new price $399. If you’re looking for one within the next 30-days you’ll need to get it from Amazon (ships on April 5th) as they have a 30-day exclusive retail deal. After that you should see it in more places. No change on the monthly subscription fee, though.
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