Pioneer Introduces New NavGate Systems To Guide Drivers Safely

Rue Liu - Feb 8, 2011, 12:59 pm CST
Pioneer Introduces New NavGate Systems To Guide Drivers Safely

Pioneer just announced today three new in-car navigations systems that not only safely guide you on the road but also safely and easily integrate the features of your other devices, such as an iPhone or iPod. The NavGate AVIC-F930BT, AVIC-F9310BT, and AVIC-F30BT all feature enhanced audio, wireless connectivity, and audio streaming possible through built-in Bluetooth. Although preloaded with maps, the NavGate models can also be customized via connecting to your smartphone devices through Pioneer’s proprietary NavGate Feeds PC and smartphones application.

Other new features in the 2011 NavGate series include more comprehensive maps database form Tele Atlas covering 44 European countries and millions of destinatiions and Points of Interest (POIs). The NavGate Feeds application allows users to customize their navigation by finding their own POIs from a range of sources including Google Maps or other internet POI sites. Geotagged images as well as safety camera locations that warn of approaching accident blackspots can also be added via this feature.

The most advanced of the three models is the AVIC-F30BT which includes 4GB of flash memory, a 7-inch WVGA touchscreen ad a 3D graphics acelerator, DVD playback, Dual Zone capability for rear seat playback, built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and music streaming, USB connectivity for iPod/iPhone, an SD card slot and a back-up camera input.

[Via Pioneer]

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