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Sanyo Introduces Ultra-Thin Navigation System With Large Screen

September 24, 2008

CHATSWORTH, CA --- Sanyo has introduced the Easy Street NVM-4370, a  navigation system featuring one of the thinnest bodies on the market (at less than .72 inch).

The Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4370 offers a large, 4.3-inch/16:9 touch screen; true text-to-speech ("Turn left on Main Street"); turn and next turn indicators ("Turn right on First Street, then take the first right on Foothill Road") with color coding (green for interstate, orange for surface street); 3D junction view to indicate the correct lane to take when approaching a multiple freeway interchange; a final destination indicator; and the ability to repeat the last voice command by touching the on-screen turn indicator.

The Sanyo Easy Street NVM-4370 is available now at $299.99 MSRP. 

The NVM-4370 also features 7 million points of interest with advanced search; fully enabled Bluetooth with the ability to use your mobile phone hands-free; built-in FM transmitter to enable MP3 music, mobile phone calls (via Bluetooth equipped mobile phone) or directions through your car stereo system; backup camera (video) input; MPEG-4 video player; JPEG photo viewer; and MP3 Music Player. 

"Sanyo has brought over 14 years of experience into the development of the NVM-4370," said Tom Van Voy, vice president and general manager of Sanyo's audio video division. "Besides being one of the thinnest ever, the NVM-4370 is a high-performance navigation system with all of the most desirable features important to today's consumers. Just like the name, Easy Street, the user interface is very intuitive and easy to use." 

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