Eclipse showed off the latest version of its high-end double DIN in-dash nav unit, featuring Bluetooth and just about every kind of audio and video source you can imagine. Also on the roster was a clever integration of a TomTom unit and an Eclipse head unit.
The new AVN4430 bridges the gap between a portable navigation device and an in-dash unit by docking a portable TomTom GPS device.
Video playback is particularly nice with this unit, because it goes directly from digital format to digital playback without converting to analog during any step of the process, making it as near to high definition as possible. The system also plays DivX video.
Just to show what the company can do, Eclipse displayed this car video recorder, currently only available in Japan. It records 20 second video blocks as you drive, and if you get in an accident, it will save the video block just before the crash, which is useful in determining accident responsibility.