Vexia, a Spanish-based company has announced the 420 Truck GPS navigation device, the latest device off the company’s production line. The 420 Truck utilizes a SIRF Atlas III GPS processor, there is a 4.3-inch LCD display, 2GB of internal memory and was designed specially for trucks. The software that the device uses is configurable for trucks, buses, caravans and cars, it takes into account characteristics such as weight, height, size and vehicle load when calculating routes for more than 40 countries in Europe.
The 420 Truck GPS navigation device brings some essential features to the table including tunnel mode, highway assistant, verbose output, default routes, exploration by map, speed warning and lane assistant. The device is presently available for a price of 270 euros. There is no word if it will ever be available in the United States.