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Netac’s P210 multifunctional GPS receiver

Engadget introduced this nifty GPS reciever by China-borne company Netac a while ago at their site. Preloaded with a complete Chinese map (well, maybe not complete- it seems that Taiwan is MIA), the P210 offers a 16.67 million-color, 3.5-inch touchscreen display, an FM transmitter for streaming MP3 tracks to your head unit, support for “millions” of so-called Zuiku games, and eBook functionality in case you’re rather read than rot your brain with movies and music. Pricing has not yet been announced, but as usual with these cookie-cutter units, that’s basically a moot point.

Engadget introduced this nifty GPS reciever by China-borne company Netac a while ago at their site. Preloaded with a complete Chinese map (well, maybe not complete- it seems that Taiwan is MIA), the P210 offers a 16.67 million-color, 3.5-inch touchscreen display, an FM transmitter for streaming MP3 tracks to your head unit, support for “millions” of so-called Zuiku games, and eBook functionality in case you’re rather read than rot your brain with movies and music. Pricing has not yet been announced, but as usual with these cookie-cutter units, that’s basically a moot point.

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