Kenwood dropped by the CNET Car Tech booth at CES 2009 with its DNX-8120 navigation receiver. Kenwood says that it can't keep this popular model on the shelves. With navigation by Garmin, Bluetooth by Parrot, full iPod integration with video, and two 12v accessory switches, we can completely understand why.
This new multimedia system from Advent (Audiovox/Jensen's top-tier line of dealer installed car audio equipment) packs nearly every bell and whistle that the company offers into a clean and easy-to-use double din receiver. They've even upgraded the interface with cleaner, updated graphics. Check us out as we check it out on the floor at CES 2009.
A GPS for less than $100? Pretty common these days. A wide-screen GPS for under $100? Still pretty rare. A Sony wide-screen GPS for under $100? Almost unheard of--but that's exactly the deal you'll find at the SonyStyle outlet store.
Specifically, Sony is offering the NV-U73T GPS navigation system for $99.99. It's a refurbished model, but it features a 4.3-inch wide screen, text-to-speech, optional traffic updates, and some nifty extras.
For example, it has a Dual-View-3D Junction Guide, which promises to help you navigate complicated highway interchanges. And you can execute common commands (like "… Read more
Subscribers to the new Way2Go service will be able to create up to 30 3D aerial picture routes online, which they'll then be able to access from their cell phones through a downloadable viewer. GPS tracking and verbal and written directions will also be there to keep you on course.
In addition to using routes to get from point A to point B, the service lets you forward … Read more