New York, NY (PressExposure) December 22, 2011 -- Thanks to Primo GPS, Global Positioning Systems are set to cease being tools available to the Indian elites only. Primo GPS is offering affordable, yet feature-rich car navigation system packages, which are bound to revolutionize the way people view and use GPS in India. It is a GPS device for car navigation that, in Primo GPS' words, will help you never get lost again, whilst also helping you cut travel times, minimize fuel expenditure, attain peace of mind, and access many other benefits - all at a very affordable price.
It emerges that Primo GPS is offering a 'standard' and an 'extra' GPS package. The 'standard' package is designed with the key features most people require in a GPS. But the 'Extra' package - as its very name suggests - is designed with even more GPS features; the objective of which is to make your life (as the user) much easier.
For both the 'standard' and the 'extra' packages, Primo GPS offers users the choice between 4.3 inch, 5 inch, 6 inch and 7 inch GPS screens. That, in other words, is a choice between 10.9 centimeters, 12.7 centimeters, 15.2 centimeters and 17.8 centimeter screens. Regardless of the size of GPS screen selected, there are several features you get in all Primo GPS packages. One of those is access to all India maps, with a database that specifically features 35 lakh locations - including the major cities. Talking of cities in particular, we are looking at a database with maps of more than 1,000 cities across the subcontinent. Second is an offer of free updates to the map for the first year. And third is a one year warranty. Of course, there are no monthly fees to be paid by people using Primo GPS - which is a very distinctive feature, against a background where most other GPS companies are charging their customers monthly fees for the use of the systems. Indeed, the fact that there are no recurring monthly bills to be paid on account of using Primo GPS is one of the facts that qualify it to be termed as a 'revolutionary' system. Primo GPS offers turn by turn voice navigation help, in more than 10 major Indian languages. Among those, we are looking at Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi and Bengali. Others are Oriya, Tamil and Malayalam, as well as Telugu and Kannada. All that is, of course, on top of English.
Ultimately, there are two key determinants of what you'll end up paying for a Primo GPS. One of those is the size of the screen on the Primo GPS you opt for (the bigger the screen, the higher the cost). The second one is the Primo GPS package you opt for, the choice being between the 'standard' package and the 'extra' package. The 'extra' package costs more than the 'standard' package. But people opting for the 'extra' package get to use multimedia GPS features, which are unavailable to people using the 'standard' Primo GPS package.
In a bid to actualize the 'GPS for all' vision, Primo GPS seems to be keen on selling its GPS at the lowest prices possible. The least you can pay for a Primo GPS is 6,999 rupees. For that much, you get a 4.3 inch Primo GPS screen, under the 'standard' Primo GPS package. A similar (4.3 inch) GPS under the 'extra' Primo GPS package would require a thousand more rupees, to retail at 7,999 rupees. For the extra 1,000 rupees, you get access to multimedia features. The costliest of these systems is the 7 inch Primo GPS, retailing at 12,999 rupees under the standard Primo GPS package, and 13,999 rupees under the multimedia-rich 'extra' Primo GPS package.