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Eclipse AVN-6620At CES 2008, Kevin Massy takes a look at the Eclipse AVN-6620, an all-in-one car tech product comprised of a GPS navigation system as well as a multimedia video and audio receiver.
[ music ] ^M00:00:03 [ background music ] >> Hi, I'm Kevin Massey from CNET.com. Live from CES 2008, and the CNET Car Tech testing lab. Now to kick us off, we're starting with the Eclipse AVN 6620. This is an all in one after market Car Tech product. It's a GPS navigation system, and a multimedia video and audio receiver. It's a bright, wide seven inch touch screen display, showing maps from Nav Tech. Addresses can be entered using the standard numerical keypad, or we can go back, enter addresses from a points of interest database of eight point three million entries. Now when underway, you can see the maps are pretty clear, very colorful. We have nice building outlines in built up city areas in the United States and North America. We have video, DVD video, and a variety of digital audio playback capabilities. This system can support regular CDs, MP3 discs, WMA, AAC, and it can also be connected to an iPod via an add on module. This system is on sale now. It comes with a price tag of eleven ninety nine, and it's a sure fire way of teching your car out in the after market. [ background music ] I'm Kevin Massey from CNET.com, live at CES 2008. ^M00:01:32 [ music ]