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VDO Dayton ships GPS radio

updated 11:20 am EDT, Mon April 30, 2007

VDO Dayton ships GPS radio

In contrast to the increasing number of dedicated GPS units with large color displays, the MS 4400 by VDO Dayton is much more practical: the unit is combined with a radio deck, and displays only essential navigation information on a 260x100 monochrome screen. Compensating are voice directions in nine languages and 20 different voices, with the added ability to bookmark up to 200 locations for quick access. Users can also receive real-time traffic information, and play audio CDs and MP3 files. Volume can be linked to speed. Unfortunately, American pricing and distribution information seems to be unavailable. [via NaviGadget]



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