Medion has the honor of releasing its GoPal P4425 Personal Navigation Device (PND), making it the first of its kind in the world that features a fingerprint sensor to enhance user security and deter device theft. This ensures that only authorized users will be able to activate the device, and the GoPal P4425 has enough memory to store up to five different user fingerprints. Features include a 4.3″ TFT touchscreeh display, the SiRF Atlas III multimedia processor, a speed advisor and lane assistant, GPS satellite and Bluetooth connectivity, voice recognition and text-to-speech capability, an RDS-TMC receiver for live traffic updates, and an integrated FM transmitter. I guess any thief unaware of the GoPal P4425’s fingerprint reader would be frustrated with an unusable device due to the wrong fingerprint.
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