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Samsung rolls out Bluetooth Navigator

updated 11:35 am EST, Wed January 3, 2007

Bluetooth Navigator GPS

New to Korea is the Samsung STT-D370, also known as the Bluetooth Navigator. Using the 370's Bluetooth, microphone and speakerphone functions, owners can make calls and send text messages from the GPS unit, without ever having to pick up their cellphone. In terms of its primary purpose, the 370 uses a 3.7-inch touchscreen and can display real-time 3D images of its regional database, complete with textured roads and buildings. New maps can be downloaded through Anycall Land. An SD slot also lets the 370 view photos and play MP3s, which supplements the unit's built-in DMB tuner, which in turn doubles as a means of receiving traffic data used in route calculations. The Navigator is on sale now for the equivalent of $600 US.



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