updated 10:05 am EDT, Tue May 8, 2007
Kenwood this morning released the MNA-350, a two-DIN head unit for small cars or other vehicles where multiple receivers are impractical. A GPS receiver is built-in and has a fixed, 3.5-inch display for navigation no matter what else is taking place with the stereo; an SD card slot lets the mapping component add new maps without affecting the rest of the system. Controls and an LED display on the right can play CDs (including those with AAC, MP3, or WMA songs), FM radio, or attached iPods without interruption.
Supporting up to 200W of total power, the MNA-350 should now be shipping in its home of Japan for an unknown price. The chance exists for the receiver to land in North America, though no confirmation has been made about international versions as part of the new release. [via Akihabara News]