Pioneer Electronics is a big name in car and home theater products. The company had announced its latest in-car navigation device called the AVIC-Z110BT. The top-of-the-line in-dash navigation system allows simulations map and route guidance.
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The unit allows users to control and iPod or iPhone and a Bluetooth enabled cell phone at the same time. Traffic, weather, and local information are provided via MSN Direct tuner integration. The large 7-inch touchscreen is motorized and has CD and DVD playback capability.
The navigation device features simulated highway signs that appear when drivers get near turns for better directional awareness at intersections. The device also allows drivers to input their fuel price and mileage numbers for their vehicle allowing the device to calculate the lowest cost routers to take on a trip. The DVD feature can also send video to optional rear seat monitors. The unit is set to launch in July for $1,600.
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