The big trend right now in Asian GPS devices is to include some T-DMB television along with the trusty nav unit (sadly, we've got no idea when us Yanks will see anything similar). As such, the i-Station NetForce Navi has just done the inverse, pairing GPS with what we'd previously seen on the similarly-sized classic T-DMB NetForce device. The new Navi has a 4.3-inch (800 x 480) TFT LCD, HSDPA, a T-DMB receiver, and can play loads of video files (includes H.264) and audio formats as well. And yes, we agree with Navigadget's assessment that if the NetForce Navi were to come out Stateside, it would give the nuvi 660 a run for its money, particularly if it was priced lower than $1,000.
i-Station NetForce Navi GPS device comes fully loaded
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