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  Navigate in Western Europe from door to door on your Sony Ericsson smartphone

  The first onboard navigation solution for Sony Ericsson smartphone

  Complete navigation kit for Sony Ericsson smartphone

  Turn-by-turn voice instructions and on-screen directions

  Language(s) of user interface and voice instructions: American-English, British-English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, German, Greek, Finnish, French, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Swedish

  Address search engine with SMS-like text input

  Direct dialing to points-of-interest

  Professional geographic data from leading in-car navigation manufacturers

  Geographic coverage: Great Britain and Western Europe

  More than 4,810,000 miles of road

  More than 76,100,000 house numbers

  More than 1,000,000 points-of-interest



Besides more than 4,810,000 miles of road, ROUTE 66 Mobile Europe 2006 Sony Ericsson P910/P910i contains no less than 1,000,000 points-of-interest like hotels, restaurants and petrol stations, most of which together with their addresses and telephone numbers. You can search for points-of-interest in a radius of 10 (6), 20 (12), 50 (30) or 100 (60) kilometre (mile) from your current position and dial them directly to make for example a hotel reservation or inquiry before going there.


With ROUTE 66 Mobile Europe 2006 Sony Ericsson P910/P910i you can automatically download up-to-date traffic information from the ROUTE 66 internet site via a GPRS connection to your smartphone, even when you are on the road. This non-stop FREE service helps you via dynamic routing to avoid traffic jams, road works and accidents and is available in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.


With ROUTE 66 Mobile Europe 2006 Sony Ericsson P910/P910i you can set such personal preferences as the distance units (miles or kilometres), the volume of the voice instructions (from weak to loud), the type of route (shortest or fastest), the means of transportation (car, lorry or pedestrian) and your personal speed profile.


Beside the usual two-dimensional display of the map, with ROUTE 66 Mobile Europe 2006 Sony Ericsson P910/P910i you can switch to bird view, showing the map on the screen of your smartphone as you would see it if you could fly like a bird. You can also switch to night colours to keep a clear view on the road while driving at night. This feature shows the map in colours of reduced intensity.

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