Dae Kyung's multifaceted XPIN CX700 dons GPS / DMB / PMP hats

Darren Murph
D. Murph|02.06.07

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Darren Murph
February 6th, 2007
Dae Kyung's multifaceted XPIN CX700 dons GPS / DMB / PMP hats
In a classic bout of "whatever you can do, I can do better," South Korea's Dae Kyung has unveiled a do-it-all navigation unit that does a little bit of (almost) everything, and includes an attractive display to boot. Aside from making us American boys and girls entirely green with envy, the XPIN CX700 sports a seven-inch LCD, 800 x 480 resolution, navigation functionality, PIP, a DMB TV tuner, FM tuner, USB connectivity, rear monitor camera connection, and an SD / CF card slot for loading up additional media. As if that weren't snazzy enough, this device also supports AV in / out, which gives an external screen the ability to display live television while the built-in LCD keeps you en route. Currently, no price has been set, but considering that this thing should hit shelves within a few weeks, you won't have to wonder for too long.
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