Joining the growing list of DMB-enabled GPS units hitting South Korea, the Mando Wholesee MWN-7200D is checking in with a rather large screen and a few electroluminescent keys, too. Demanding your full attention is a Samsung seven-inch WQVGA touchscreen LCD, and beneath the relatively thin 0.78-inch frame is a SiRF Star III receiver, DMB tuner, 64MB of SDRAM, 64MB of Flash NAND, and Windows CE 5.0 runnin' the show. You'll also find an SD card slot, audio output, AV input, USB connectivity, MP3 playback, image / text viewer, PIP support, and maps provided by Mando and Soft's GiNi. Per usual, we've no idea how much this fairly well-featured device will be selling for when it hits the streets of Seoul, but we sincerely hope its owners focus more on the turn-by-turn guidance and less on whatever television show is running on the side when navigating their routes.

[Via MobileWhack]

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Meister unveils DMB-equipped Mando Wholsee MWN-7200D GPS