Rand McNally Adds to RV-Specific GPS Devices

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October 5, 2012 by   2 Comments

Rand McNally's RVND-7720

Rand McNally has introduced the RVND 7720, a new 7-inch RV GPS device with Wi-Fi connectivity allowing for real-time weather information and display. According to a press release, the new device joins Rand McNally’s line of RVND GPS devices designed for RVers.

Offering RV-specific navigation, the unit can route motorhomes and towables around road restrictions, low bridges and other physical hazards. One of the key new features is Wi-Fi connectivity, which enables the transmission and display of weather as well as other real-time information. With updated weather information, RVers will be able to anticipate delays and make plans by viewing current and predicted conditions displayed on the map and along the route.

The RVND 7720 also has an all-new hardware platform as well featuring a new rugged design with ridged casing for added protection, a brighter screen that adjusts for low and strong light, and video input compatible with a range of back-up and rear-view cameras.

The base maps and overlaying content, such as campgrounds, parks, RV service and other RV points of interest, also have been updated for the RVND 7720.


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2 Responses to “Rand McNally Adds to RV-Specific GPS Devices”

  1. Joseph Bartashus on October 11th, 2012 8:23 am

    How much does this cost ? Can you get your personal “E” mail at any time if it is hooked up to the internet ?

  2. Ron Steinberg on January 23rd, 2013 5:09 pm

    I read about this along with the most recent RV Newsletter. It was said to cost $186.00. EMail wasn’t mentioned. I want to order one, but can’t find it now.