Looks like the folks at online retailer TigerGPS have accidentally released details on Magellan's new Maestro line of GPS systems. The new line includes the entry-level Maestro 4000 ($449) which will come with a 4.3-inch touch-screen display and voice-guided directions. For $599, you can upgrade to the 4040, which ups the stakes with text-to-speech voice directions, live traffic capability, and Bluetooth. Meanwhile, at $799 sits the top of the line 4050, which offers everything the base models do and adds voice recognition technology, so you'll be able to command the unit with the sound of your voice. All three will be out next month, though I'd personally go for the 4050, just so I could whisper sweet nothings into its ear.
Magellan Maestro 4000, 4040, and 4050 [GPS Gazette]