Are you considering the purchase of a new In-Dash GPS Navigational system? Do you find yourself getting lost often or looking for the best place to stop and eat? Ever found yourself on a dark road going seemingly nowhere?
Most wives will tell you quickly they have a husband who refuses to ask for directions when lost. It seems to hurt a man’s ego to be required to ‘ask’ for anything or have to admit that they might have gotten lost. Don’t worry, there is a solution now to this age old problem that has surely caused a number of fights in addition to maybe even a few divorces. The world has discovered satellites and the advantages to having an object flying around in space that can keep us provided with details of everything on earth from space.
Tapping into the technology of this little capsule revolving 24/7 around the earth has probably helped save lives, husbands mostly. Yet with the evolution of On-Star lives have been saved. Before you file the papers for the big ‘D’, take a look at a few of the best in-dash GPS navigational systems available today.
Pioneer AVIC-Z2110BT IN-DASH Navigation System
Being one of the forerunners in Technology for some time now, everyone knew it would only take a little while before Pioneer would be placing some of the best new technology on the shelves. And so it is with the Pioneer AVIC-Z110BT IN-DASH Navigation System. Retailing for a little less than $995, this navigational system is an amazing unit. In addition to what most navigation systems already offer, the Pioneer has a MP3/WMA/AAC with a playback command included on the DVD/CD. It has voice control of the built in iPod and Blue Tooth. The map includes coverage of the contiguous United States plus Canada, Alaska and Hawaii. Included is also an additional twelve million points of interest nationwide.
NitroBMWX-5387 7In-Dash TFT Fully Motorized Touch Screen GPS
The Nitro is a new boy on the technology block. Yet they seem to be making a strong statement when it comes to GPS systems. With a 16:9 Wide Screen Format, the NitroBMWX has a high resolution high definition picture provided. Add up to 30 of your favorite radio stations in preset mode. The screen has color tint views with ability to regulate the screen from low to high contrast. A DVD, VCD, SVCD, CD, CDR and CDRW Player is included along with a built in ESP Deck Mechanism with remote control capabilities. Visit www.amazon.com for more info on the NitroBMWX.
Pioneer ASVIC-Z@ 50Wx4 In-Dash AM/FM/CD GPS Navigation-AVIC-Z2
This system arrives with a CD player, SIRIUS Satellite Radio ready receiver, AM/FM radio, motorized wide screen with a back light, touch screen monitor with 16:9 resolution, 8 different motorized map views which pick up the entire United States including Canada. The ASVIC-Z has a DVD and MP3. Voice recognition allows the driver to change the audio settings or adjust navigational control without blinking an eye. With the voice prompt capability, next turn, directions and arriving at your destination commands are announced automatically. The ASVIC provides traffic jam information, direct location details to destination along with hands free Bluetooth cell phone capability.
ZV50 7″ GPS Car In-Dash DVD Player Bluetooth Touch Screen System
The ZV50 7″ GPS provides a complete centralized in car entertainment, navigation and communication needs for your car. Enjoy your favorite movies while sitting in your car as long as the ignition is off from either a DVD or through. Simply tap the screen and the system changes from DVD to analog television. The system is Bluetooth enable, the GPS uses the Win CE 5.0 technology. Hands free cell phone capabilities with a Bluetooth capable phone.
Clarion VX400-NP400 6.5″ In-Dash Double-Din Touch screen DVD/CD/MP3/USB Combo
The Clarion VX400-NP400 has an in dash DVD, AM/FM radio, CD player, MP3 and WMA Multimedia Receiver with remote control. Add a Bluetooth capable cell phone and the driver can ease through traffic without ever lifting the phone. A CD text display, wireless remote control is included with playback and audio features included in the MP3 ID 3 Tag. Enter your destination and the system looks for and programs the shortest route with designated turning prompts. Select today’s destination search by using the street name, intersections, homes, office, addresses or even which corner the building sits on.