LG LAN-9600R does entertainment, GPS
Most vehicles these days come with some form of GPS as humans learn more and more to rely on the teats of technology to help them complete everyday, mundane tasks like getting to the office from their home or heading off to some obscure place without needed to know how to fold back a road map. In fact, there are some of us who rely so much on GPS navigation systems that they would even swear by it, with some of these hardcore proponents even driving into a swamp or river just because the GPS navigation system says there is supposed to be a road ahead. I’m not sure if LG’s latest in-dash entertainment and navigation system is super accurate, but at least the LAN-9600R looks extremely neat.
The LG LAN-9600R is equipped with a lovely 7″ motorized touch screen LCD display which is large enough to display all your maps without having you go blind trying to figure out the name of the roads in the process. In addition, all images and video are displayed in the widescreen 16:9 format, which means you won’t miss out on a single detail when it comes to watching movies. With the vaunted SiRFStar III GPS chipset running the navigation show, you are bound to find your destination every single time without running into any problems whatsoever.
Other features of the LAN-9600R includes a hands-free Bluetooth kit, a USB port for data and file transfers, an SD memory card slot, an integrated digital AM/FM tuner, and a DVD optical drive that supports audio and video CDs, DVD Video, MP3, WMA, DviX, and Divx 3.xx/4.xx/5.xx formats. In addition, you also get 2GB of internal storage space and a quartet of 50W R.M.S. speakers which offers more than enough audio firepower to go with your favorite popcorn outing. Each $2,000 purchase comes with maps of Europe from Navteq.