Sanyo intros a pair of new "Easy Street" GPS units

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Sanyo intros a pair of new "Easy Street" GPS units
We first caught sight of these way back at CES, but it looks like Sanyo is just now rolling out its NVM-4070 and NVM-4050 "Easy Street" GPS units. They don't appear to have gone under any significant changes in the ensuing months, however, boasting the same 4-inch touchscreen, built-in Bluetooth, MP3/WMA/WAV support, and pre-loaded maps of the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Taking things up the the NVM-4070 will give you a few added benefits, including Traffic Message Channel support for real-time traffic data, added support for JPEG photos and MPEG-4 videos, and a built-in FM transmitter to pump tunes through your car stereo. Both should be available immediately, with the NVM-4070 setting you back $500 and the NVM-4050 running $400.
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