APSI has released its latest personal navigation system device known as the C100, where it will be equipped with a GPS cradle alongside A/V connectivity while carrying the functionality of a slide-out touchscreen display portable media player. Physical controls are still there for in-car use which ought to be more user-friendly for drivers who do not want to fumble with on-screen buttons that provide no actual tactile feedback when pressed. This Korea-only product will also come with full 3D mapping, feature a DMB TV tuner, audio and video file format support as well as the ability to hook up to your car’s speakers. No idea on pricing, but it ought to be pretty pricey considering you can also hook up an external GPS receiver and an A/V input for a reversing camera for added functionality and flexibility.
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