Nothing we haven't seen before: 4.3-inch touchscreen, SiRF Star III chipset, 400MHz Samsung processor and a SD slot. Clarion puts a bit of shine on this DrivTrax P5 of theirs, but it's nothing we aren't used to by now. Naturally, the device can play back photos and audio, with a built-in 1.5W speaker and 3.5mm headphone jack. Clarion claims 4.5 hours of battery life, and some hefty navigation software, with 11 million addresses and 8 million phone numbers indexed for searching. The P5 should be hitting Japan in April, no word yet on price.

[Via NavGadget]

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