Those who live in Japan would be well used to vehicles that come with a state-of-the-art audio system in their rides, where most people would have a spanking 5.1-channel audio system, 1Seg capability, GPS navigation and DVD (even Blu-ray) playback. For others who prefer to stick to the bare minimum, Clarion offers the FZ409 CD player that handles MP3, WMA and AAC audio file formats. In addition, you can also stick in your USB flash drive or hook up an iPod to listen to tunes stored on either. What makes this special is the optical touch sensor integrated onto the console itself, doing away with the need for buttons. You know, those things you press – oh, how long have you been an iPhone user already?
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