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IOPS readies thin, dual-core GPS unit

updated 03:05 pm EST, Thu January 18, 2007

IOPS Neo N7 GPS System

Device maker IOPS has previewed the Neo N7, its first step into the GPS field. The Korean firm hopes to appeal to frequent long-distance drivers through a system which is both quick and powerful: in an unusual move, the N7 is based on a dual-core processor that will prevent the system from bogging down in its advanced 3D mode with on-map buildings or while decoding videos. The 7-inch touchscreen is further used for advanced control of MP3 music, photos, and as an optional viewer for Office documents and rear-view parking cameras. An SD card reader is used to load maps and media. IOPS does not list a price but plans to ship the Neo N7 in February. [via NaviGadget]



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