The Consumer Electronics Show -- North America's biggest trade show -- kicks off this Thursday and we're ready to show our new products to the 125,000 people projected to attend. Since we're already in Las Vegas doing pre-CES meetings, we revealed our announcements today. Our 2011 line-up is one of our most diverse ever and is designed to emphasize the different ways GPS can be used across all facets of life. Here's a quick overview and we'll share more specifics throughout the week. You can also visit our press site for the full releases, photos and video.
- Automotive and Truck: The nüvi® 2400 series for automobiles and dēzl™ for trucks have a large 5-inch display and advanced navigation features specific to their markets, such as voice recognition and truck routes, respectively.
- Tracking: The GTU 10 is an innovative, reliable and simple tracking system that lets users track the things that mean the most. It is small and lightweight and can be used to track nearly anything – child, pet, boat, car or more.
- Mobile: Several new smartphone apps are being announced for the Android and Apple platforms. These apps include navigation, weather, tracking, car diagnostics, and more.
- Automotive OEM: The uConnect Touch, available on an array of Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles, puts Garmin's nüvi-like consumer experience into an original equipment, in-dash radio.