Hyundai's Mobis subsidiary looks set to bust out yet another GPS/PMP/DMB device for the Korean market (which sure is lacking for such things), with its new MDN7300 model offering much of the usual fare in a nice enough package. That includes a 7-inch widescreen display (480x234), an Intel PXA 270 520MHz CPU, the de facto SiRF Star III GPS module, and an included 2GB SD memory card (presumably loaded with the usual compliment of maps). You'll also get a remote, a built-in FM transmitter to pump tunes through you car stereo, and a picture-in-picture feature for double the distraction while you're driving. No word on price, it seems, nor is there any indication of exactly when it'll be available.
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