It's been less than a month since Korea's Yukyung took the wraps off its Viliv X2 PMP navigator, but it seems that the company has already decided to further expand the line, with it now introducing its Viliv X7 unit. As with the X2, this one's available with your choice of 4GB or 8GB of NAND flash memory, along with a 7-inch 800x480 display, a rear view camera, and an SD/SDHC slot for further expansion. As is par for the course, the device also comes packed with all the usual PMP features, as well as an integrated DMB TV tuner, TPEG support for traffic alerts and, yes, even karaoke. Look for it to set you back 549,000 won for 4GB model and 629,000 won for the 8GB (or roughly $595-$680).
Yukyung intros Viliv X7 GPS / PMP unit
Donald Melanson|@donmelanson|August 3, 2007 2:09 AM