A multimedia GPS system for $175?

It sounds too good to be true, but nothing mentioned about quality.


Is it possible to get a quality dashboard-mounted GPS system that can play video and MP3s for $175? We don't know about the quality part, but there's a new product that advertises all of the above, as well as a 3.5-inch color touch screen.

DealExtreme, an online retailer that habitually teases us with interesting products that offer frustratingly little detail, has done it again with this no-name item. The unit, which can apparently be removed from its mount and carried away from the car, also features an SD card slot, a car charger and USB cable, according to the site, and is "loaded with U.S. mapping software."

Too good to be true? It includes free shipping worldwide, so let us know how it turns out.

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