Car navigation system supports mobile Internet

07 Aug 2008
00:00

Mercury has launched a high-end built-in car navigation system called 'MD5000' that supports mobile broadband Internet service.

By adopting KT Wibro device, it delivers faster speed than HSDPA even while moving at a speed of up to 120km/h.

Equipped with Monahan 624 Mhz processor, LG's DMB chipset and PIP chipset independently, the MD5000 features 'Mappy United' map software, POP (picture out picture), PIP(picture in picture) and NIP(navigation in picture) and drag & drop functions.

It also provides Trip display dedicated, respectively, to QUUS, OPIRUS, SM5/7, WINSTORM, TOSCA, and more.

In addition, the black box function allows its camera to record video of accident for about 18 seconds (before accident-12 seconds, after - 6 seconds).

Other features include FM radio tuner and AV out connection for rear camera and DVD player. The MD5000 is available for around one million Korean won.

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