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NetForce Navi blends GPS, 3.5G wireless, mobile TV

updated 02:30 pm EST, Mon December 18, 2006

i-Station NetForce Navi

i-Station has officially unveiled the peak of its NetForce media player line. The NetForce Navi adds to the company's basic NetForce player by supporting GPS mapping in 2D and 3D moves. This comes without sacrificing any of the existing media features and makes the Navi an ideal in-car entertainment system, i-Station says. Other wireless reception is crucial to the design as well. HSDPA mobile broadband is included for web browsing while driving; likewise, a digital tuner is integrated into the Navi for both T-DMB mobile TV broadcasts as well as DAB radio. The Windows CE-based player can also play stand-alone media files and includes viewers for Microsoft Office documents and even camera RAW photos. No availability has yet been published. [Via NaviGadget]



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