A pair of Sanyo GPS nav systems aim to keep drivers in the know and on the straight and narrow.
The NV-M10 and the NV-SD10DT are in-car specialties that can also be unhooked for foot navigation. It ships with a 1GB SD containing loads of maps and points of interest, and the 4.5-inch screen is touch-driven, for easy access on the go.
The NV-SD10DT boasts a portable TV tuner as well, for not that much more money. It goes for US$776, and the slightly lesser model retails for US$669. Termed “Mini-Gorillas,” both models will be in Japan by December. No word yet on Western release dates.