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About this product
- DescriptionNow go berserk and roam anywhere you want without the fear of getting lost with the Alpine PMD-B200 GPS receiver. As long as you are in the US or Canada, this 4GB memory Blackbird II GPS receiver will help you locate the nearest hotel, ATM or shopping mall. Save yourself the traffic trauma as this Alpine GPS receiver allows you to subscribe to NavteqÂ’s Traffic FM-RDS service. The built-in MP3 player of the Alpine PMD-B200 will keep you entertained with your favorite music tracks. The 4-inch wide touchscreen of this Blackbird II GPS receiver will help you clearly view the maps and images, so you make no mistake commuting. Make calls hands-free with this Bluetooth-enabled Alpine GPS receiver instead of your mobile and enjoy complete freedom.
- ModelBlackbird II PMD-B200
- MPN288692,PMD-B200,PMDB200P,PMDB200P 288692 PMD-B200,PMDB200P PMDB200P 288692 PMD-B200 288692 PMD-B200
- UsageAutomotive Mountable
- System TypePortable
- Screen Size2"
- User InterfaceKeyboard,Touch Screen
- Number of Channels20 Channels
- Resolutions480 x 272
- Features3D Map View,MP3 Player
- Audible FeaturesVoice Navigation Instructions
- Trip calculatorPoints-of-Interest (POI)
- Included Software/MapsAlaska,Canada Maps,Hawaii,Puerto Rico,USA Maps
- Battery Life2 Hours
- Weight0.39 lb.
- Installed Memory4.00 GB
- Expansion Slot TypeSD (Secure Digital) Card Slot
Most relevant reviews
- robert_rileyJan 03, 2010by
Convenient when used with IVA-W205
If you already own an Alpine IVA-W205, adding a Blackbird is nice because it eliminates the need to hang external GPS's from your windshield. It takes a lot more effort using a Blackbird to get to a destination than when using a TomTom or Garmin. Many times I will try to enter in an address with the Blackbird and it just won't take. I tried typing in address for a store where the address was on Coral Way in Miami. When attempting to enter in "Coral Way", none existed in it's database making it impossible for me to locate the destination. There were several other addresses that have done the same thing making it very frustrating to use the unit. The Garmin and TomTom never gave me this trouble in the past. The TomTom and Garmin also tell you when to turn right at the last second. The Blackbird will tell you "turn ahead" long before reach the turn. If you don't pay attention, you can miss your turn. The TomTom and Garmin will tell you "Turn ahead" and then 30-50 feet before needing to turn, it will tell you to turn one more time. On a positive note, I've had a lot of Garmin's and TomTom's fall off of the windshield while driving. I've never had a Blackbird fall off. The suction cup is made very strong that comes with it. If I had to do it all over again, I would never buy another Blackbird again and just buy an expensive Garmin. The only reason I bought the Blackbird is because I already owned an Alpine IVA-W205 and it was convenient not to have all of those wires hanging from my windshield. Every time I parked the car I had to keep removing the GPS to hide it from thieves. That got to be a real pain. Since the Blackbird is hidden in the radio, people don't know it's in there. I would have rated this GPS below average, but it does have very nice graphics and a large database of points of interest. One thing that got me ticked is when we were looking for a local Costco while driving around. There's several that I know are in our area, but when I went to search on it in the Blackbird, it told us that the nearest one was like 200 miles away. I think the graphics on the Blackbird look cooler than the Garmin or TomTom, but as far as functionality and easily getting you from A to B, the Garmin or TomTom win, hands down. So if you already own an Alpine radio that can swallow one of these units, get it. If you don't, get a Garmin or TomTom instead. If I would have paid full price for one of these from a retailer, I would have returned it. Read full review
- leander-hillsFeb 09, 2009by
Superior Alpine Technical Support, Lots of Features.
After a few months of use my blackbird stopped working. Alpine replaced it with a new unit without any hassles. Besides the great technical support I like the mp3 capabilities, Built in bluetooth and SD card slot. The Blackbird II is also equipped with a 20-channel GPS receiver and comes preloaded with Navteq maps of North America, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. You get an array of navigation features, including turn-by-turn text and voice guided driving directions, automatic rerouting, a trip computer, and route demo. There's also a 6 million points-of-interest POI database so you can search for places by name or category and sort them by name, city, or distance from your current location. The Blackbird II can also be used as a portable handheld GPS.
- 19431670@delete...Jun 30, 2008by
portable GPS plus dock features
I bought this unit because of my radio upgrade. I had Alpine iva-w200 and sold this unit got iva-w205. I like idea this radio has docking option for Alpine Blackbird 2 PMD-B200 plus built-in blue tooth. GPS easy to use. I just play with it and so easy to operate. Once I plug into Alpine iva-w205, I get to use 6.5" screen instead of 3.5". everything is touch screen which I liked. I wish this unit say name of the street instead of make left or right turn. Only thing I didn't like was not every address was in this unit. I had to manually set up point a to point b. built-in SD memory card feature good. I can put a SD card up to 4GB. Battery last only 2 hours if you use it as portable. I don't like mess wire setups, If you have double-din radios, get a Alpine iva-w205. It has factory look and no mess wire all over on dash board. Read full review
- 14232Jun 03, 2009by
My alpine Blackbird B200 just quit working. I have NEVER dropped nor spilled anything onto it. I thought the rechargable battery needed to be replaced. So I bought an extra one. Well this unit is completely dead. So now I called Alpine, they will not warranty the unit if it is purchased on ebay. They will only warranty the product if it is purchased through reputable dealer. What a bunch of thief, This unit cost me $600.00 when it came out. Aside from giving bad directions, hanging, now completely dead. Total junk. Before you purchase this product, look for reviews on google. (threads) This is a common problem.
- cjschwartz97Nov 04, 2008by
The unit is ok. It is not the best GPS on the market but it is really expensive. It is nice to put in the Alpine receiver and also use as a portable unit.