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Kenwood's Japan-only GPS car stereo, the MNA-350

Nilay Patel

Kenwood's aiming its new MNA-350 squarely at the Japanese market for tiny cars, or "kei-cars," but we know plenty of people with double-DIN slots in their SUVs here in the States who would kill for this CD player / GPS nav combo. The 50W unit features a 3.5-inch touchscreen that supports address and phone number lookups, as well as MP3, AAC, and WMA support and optional iPod integration. Those of you rocking to the beat of different DAP can jack in through the front-mounted 1/8-inch aux input, or just play your files through the integrated SD reader. No word on price, but the four of you flying out to snag one of these Japan-only units for your Escalades probably don't care about that, do you?

[Via Akihabara News]

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