Kenwood's Smart Interface simplifies navigation

Darren Murph
D. Murph|11.05.07

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Darren Murph
November 5th, 2007
Kenwood's Smart Interface simplifies navigation

It's an argument we've all probably had: you prefer the nav, pops prefers the bedraggled Atlas. Thankfully, Kenwood is stepping in to mediate by creating the Smart Interface, which enables those less comfortable with modern day GPS systems to simply point a pen at a map and let the technology handle the rest. The location seen by the pen is wirelessly transmitted to the coordinating navigator, enabling map-lovers to more easily input destinations and coexist with their tech-savvy offspring. Unfortunately, there's no word as to when this setup will be available to purchase, but feel free to click on through for a couple more in-action snapshots.



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