This review about GPS




The X2 navigator is bundled with Windows CE, along with a robust 500Mhz AMD AU1200 processor, allowing the user to view DMB TV and videos in multiple formats, such as, DivX, XviD, MPGE1/2/4, WMV 7 or 8 (480 × 272), and WMV 9 (720 × 480).
The device also boasts a 4.3-inch LCD touchscreen from Samsung, with a 500cd/m2 brightness, a 400:1 contrast ratio, and wide viewing angles.
The X2 also features an audio player that supports MP3, WMA, OGG, and WAV, as well as an image viewer, which displays JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF, and WMF files.
The X2 also manages to squeeze in support for Flash, HTML and MS Office documents.
It also supports SDHC cards, extending the memory capacity to 16GB.
The device is powered by NAND flash memory ranging from 4- to 8GB.
The device utilizes flash memory, rather than the conventional hard disk drive of its predecessor, the P2.
While it looks a lot like the P2, in terms of design, the X2 offers several new features like karaoke, a car diary, and TPEG service, T-DMB, and multitasking function.
With an in built GPS antenna and SiRF3 chipset, the viliv X2 FLASH renders navigation services to travelers even when they are not on wheels.
The device has been priced at 459,000 Korean Won ($497 USD) for 4GB model and 529,000 Korean Won ($572 USD) for 8 GB mode.
The X2 measures approximately 142 x 79 x 23 mm and weighs only 290 grams.


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