Navigadget: Snooper Syrius is a GPS navigation system loaded with an extensive database of speed cameras around the UK and Europe. The database is called the Enigma database and is claimes to incorporate camera locations across Europe, from Manchester to Monaco.
Syrius offers even more unique features by using Snooper´s camera location technology. Unlike other portable navigators, Syrius provides full, clear alerts, confirming the speed camera type, the speed limit at the point of the alert and counts down accurately to the hazard.
The alert system on the Snooper Syrius is also somewhat considerate and smart. If you are already under the speed limit while approaching a speed camera it will only warn visually, but if you are over, it will also warn with sound. If you are in a 30mph zone you’ll get this warning 200 meters before, and 500 meters if in a 70mph zone.
The Snooper Syrius has a 4 inch touch screen and a built-in rechargeable battery and it can provide you with turn by turn instructions to your destination with helpful voice prompts and a colourful, moving 3D map (with clouds!). Syrius uses maps provided by Navteq and measures 140 x 90 x 20 mm.
The price ranges between £280 – £390 (415 – 580 euro)