Alpine has announced the PMD-B200 Blackbird II GPS navigation system that comes with Bluetooth connectivity, a built-in traffic tuner, and an integrated flash drive that is powered by Microsoft’s Windows CE operating system. Not only that, the PMD-B200 comes with 6 million POIs to keep you interested as you travel, while maps from Navteq ensure you will never get lost in the US and Canada, including Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands (provided you have the latest updates, of course). Live traffic information will set you back by $60 per year, and will probably be essential for those who want to avoid gridlocks as much as possible. Other features include audio playback capability, an SD memory card slot, and an FM modulator. It will retail for $750.
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