Pioneer’s AVIC-X3 GPS navigation system doesn’t only let you know how to get around without getting lost (in France at least), but it also boasts a 7″ touchscreen LCD display and a built-in DVD player. Since the AVIC-X3 features a unique multi-sensor technology, you will still be able to receive directions even when you are making your way through an urban canyon. The AVIC-X3 comes with more than 1.5 million Points of Interest across 26 countries…in Europe. No idea on how much this thing costs, but it will hit store shelves this September. Each AVIC-X3 is compatible with your iPod and video game console, so you can now tote around that Xbox 360 or PS3 whenever you hit the road.
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