October 26, 2006

Pioneer AVIC-HD1BT GPS System - With Voice Recognition

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Tired of typing your GPS navigation commands into your GPS? How about saying them instead? Well IBM has joined up with Pioneer to bring out a voice controlled GPS system, the Pioneer AVIC-HD1BT, a navigation and stereo system that has a built in 30GB hard drive with 10GB left over to store music, and comes fully loaded with maps and over 3.7 million points of interest. The unit can play music through its hard drive and through a connected iPod. It is Bluetooth enabled for handsfree calling on your phone. This bad boy is only available in the European market, and it will cost you - 2,500 euros, or roughly $3,100.

More at Pioneer Europe.

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Posted by Scott Martin at October 26, 2006 9:09 AM

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