Quantcast 7" Touch Screen WIN CE5 GPS nav. with Bluetooth, E-book, MP4, FM $116 shipped @FP - digitalFAQ Forum
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11-29-2010, 08:07 AM
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This item with 7" TFT touch screen is close to an eBook reader and large media player with GPS ability. it is very tempting...

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* 7.0'' TFT digital touch screen with 800*480 high resolution.
* Newest Microsoft Wins CE5.0 Core version operating system platform.
* Built-in memory: 128M.
* Support SD/MMC card, up to 8GB.
* Built-in Bluetooth module and can be used as hand-free phone.
* Support AV-IN function.
* Support Audio formats: MP3, AAC, WMA, APE, FLAC, etc.
* Support Video format: ASF, AVI, WMV, 3GP, MP4, FLVc.
* Support picture format: E-Album, JPEG, BMP and GIF.
* Support E-book format: TXT.
* Support languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Dutch, Polish, Romanian, Italian, Finnish, Hungarian.
* Navigation software: Nanflash.
* Other functions: FM, E-book Reader, Calculator, Calendar, games.
* Built-in rechargeable li-battery capacity: 1200mAh.
* AC charger: 100/230V, 5V/1.5A.
* Car charger: DV9-24V, 5V/1.5A
WARNING: it comes without GPS navigation and no maps.
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Device has an installed WinCE 5.0. It, also, has user-friendly interface with icons, like in picture. You can run a music player, a video player, a calculator, an e-book reader, a games and more. There''s no installed GPS software, so you must download any programm that you wish. I use IGO 8.3 and it works excelent.
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