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 Pioneer to Launch Hard Drive-based Car Navigation Systems in Japan
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Message Text: Pioneer announced the availability of four models in the new hard drive-based CYBER NAVI car navigation systems between late May and mid-June in the Japanese market.

The high-end AVIC-ZH990MD, available for 367,500 yen ($3,400), is a 2DIN-type digital signal processor (DSP)-control audio-visual auto navigation server with a 7-inch built-in touch-screen TV. There are also the AVIC-ZH990, AVIC-XH990, and AVIC-H990.

These systems offer high-accuracy traffic congestion forecasts, route preference options and management of detailed drive plans.

By connecting the removable car computer unit to a PC, it is possible to download or update music and map data.
 
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