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Pioneer AVIC-Z1 GPS with "intelligent navigation"

Marc Perton
11.02.05
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pionner avic-z1 gpsPioneer doesn't want you to think of its AVIC-Z1 as a GPS unit; the acronym doesn't even appear in the company's press release for the AVIC. That's okay by us even if it's a marketing gimmick, though we imagine some consumers will be a little confused about how the Z1 gets its navigation data. Marketing-speak aside, the Z1 looks like it has some interesting features, including a 7-inch touchscreen display, a 10GB hard drive, voice recognition, the ability to automatically remember frequently traversed routes for quick recall (though, honestly, we hope you don't actually need to use a GPS for a route you take frequently), and built-in CD/DVD player, FM, XM and iPod controller.

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