Pioneer might have pulled out of the plasma TV market, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have other divisions to help them churn a profit. The Japanese company has just announced another four more in-vehicle GPS navigation systems – the AVIC-VH9900, AVIC-ZH9900, AVIC-H9900 and AVIC-T20, where all of them will arrive at the Land of the Rising Sun sometime early this June. The first three are pretty much the same as anything else you find out there in the market with a 7″ WVGA touchscreen display, while the AVIC-T20 is slightly more special as it comes with a 800 x 480 resolution 5.8″ touchscreen display as well as receiving real-time traffic info courtesy of its built-in 3G/HSDPA module.
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