enNavi of Korea has actually come up with what some might actually classify as a real computer in the form of the enNAVI HD. Why do we say so? Well, how many video headrests in the market do you see which will run off an 1.2GHz processor coupled with 256MB RAM? Other hardware specifications include a full HD 7-inch display at 400cd/m2 brightness, Windows CE 6.0 as the operating system of choice as well as hardware video decoding, turning this into one venerable GPS navigation system. Not only that, you can enjoy regular TV thanks to its integrated T-DMB digital TV tuner, while Bluetooth connectivity comes in handy hooking up compatible multimedia playback devices. The 128MB of internal memory might not seem like much, but it can be augmented by an SD memory card. After conversion, it is going for a mere $265 which sounds like a steal – can we see this hit the FCC, pretty please?
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