Korean DMB/PMP/GPS action lately, but Hyundai Telematics has come to fill the void with that sweet, sweet Korean exclusivity we so desire. Their new Roadbank RNB 70 DMB navigation system is all prepped for dashboard action, and the 7-inch screen should help you squeeze a good amount of movie into your peripheral vision while tearing through the streets of Seoul. A SiRF Star III chip brings the GPS love, and there's an SD card slot for DivX action, along with AV in/out for integration with a DVD player or external display. This one should be dropping for somewhere between 300,000 and 400,000 KRW ($313 to $417 US).
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