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Jensen NVX 3008 PCAt CES 2008, Brian Tong checks out this mini PC that also doubles as a GPS device.
[ music ] ^M00:00:04 [ background music ] >> Hey what's up guys? I'm Brian Tong with CNET, here at CES two double oh eight. And what I have in my hand is a first look at the Jensen NVX3008 PC. Now they like to call it a mobile anyware PC tablet, anyware is spelled W A R E, so a little play on words there. Now what you get is a seven inch touch screen display, nice and big. It's got some smooth, sleek edges, and everything you expect in a PC. It runs XP, you've got Wi-Fi, you've got Bluetooth, you have USB. So all those connections are there. Now let's take a look at what makes it a little different. I'm gonna plop it down here, and we have GPS navigation at the touch of your fingers. So I'm gonna double click here, bring up the maps, and it's Nav Tech maps, so that's gonna cover all of the US and Canada. Looks very nice, I'm gonna go back out here. Another cool feature that they have is a virtual keyboard. So if I click on this little icon here, a full layout keyboard pops up, do your thing, type away, there you go. And this guy's gonna be available in March of 2008 for the price of fifteen ninety nine. [ background music ] So there you go, I'm Brian Tong with CES 2008, with CNET. The Jensen NVX3008. ^M00:01:13 [ music ]