Introducing MyGuide 3240 Portable Navigation Device

An entry level GPS Navigation system with nationwide coverage and including large 3.5' touch screen, 512 MB internal memory and SD slot with all accessories

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d City, Calif. May 16, 2006: Ares Digital, a California -based consumer electronics marketing company, announces the U.S. launch of the MyGuide portable Navigation device. At a suggested MSRP of $ 399, this is a full -featured portable device with built -in 512 MB of memory, a large viewing screen and full accessory kit. The unit is available now. The MyGuide 3240 go is an attractive navigation solution consisting of a PNA (Personal Navigation Assistant) with an embedded GPS antenna and the highly sensitive SiRF III chip. Distinct graphics, clear voice commands and easy operation make this device a great new product in its price class. Features include: - Precise 20 -channel GPS -receiver with SiRFIII -chip - 3.5 TFT LCD touch screen - Reliable navigation software, can be operated with finger or stylus - Regional map data pre -installed on the huge internal memory ( 512 MB) - Up -to -date map data with optimised graphical presentation (2D/3D, day /night mode with dampened colours) - Embedded antenna - Points of Interest (POI) - Landscape format for natural view - MP3 player - SD memory card slot The MyGuide Portable Navigation Assistant is designed for the mobile consumer for home or business use. With its large 3.5 touch screen and easy navigation software, the MyGuide 3240 is the perfect travel companion to unknown destinations, said Randolph Kemps, CEO of Ares Digital, Inc. The GPS market in the United States is growing very rapidly and the full -featured 3240 is ideal for the entry level user who seeks excellent value for money. The MyGuide 3240 PNA is now shipping at major retail stores and other Internet sites. The number of resellers is growing daily. The device comes with a complete list of accessories from power adapter to car mounting kit and USB 2.0 cables. Microsofts ActiveSync allows easy transfer of maps to the device. Detailed maps of the contiguous United States and Hawaii are included on a separate DVD. Live technical support is available M -F 9 5 pm. The product is assembled in Germany from components where strict quality control measures are applied. It is expected that higher end models with even more features will be available on the market very shortly. Ares Digital is a private company with expertise in the distribution of unique and innovative consumer and business products. It brings to the US market new, innovative products in partnership with international marketing and manufacturing companies. MyGuide GPS Ltd is a company specializing in portable navigation devices. Hugely successful in Europe, it brings its experience and volume manufacturing of GPS products to the US market. www.myguidegps.com Corporate Contacts: Randy Kemps Ares Digital, Inc 1817 Hoare Court Milpitas, CA 95035 Tel: 650 331 1850 Email: randyk@aresdigital.com David Glassman E -mail: dglassman@dc.rr.com Voice 760 494 0346

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