Panasonic expanded its Strada line of GPS navigation/entertainment units at IFA this week, rolling out its new CN-GP50N aimed squarely at the European market. Filling out the face of this unit is a 5-inch QVGA touchscreen, which should give you a decent view of the 37 pre-loaded maps of European countries, as well as the 1.3 million POIs and 3D maps of selected locations and landmarks. The unit also comes equipped with desirable features like text-to-speech, voice commands, speed camera information, and Bluetooth handsfree calling, as well as real-time traffic information with the addition of an optional receiver. No word on a release date just yet, it seems, but it'll apparently set you back an even €400, or roughly $545.
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