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GlobalTop Gives You a Heads-Up Display

When you’re roaring down the race track, you don’t exactly have time to glance down at your speedometer. You need quick access to that information without having to take your eyes off the road (and the competition). For times like those — as well as “spirited” drives on back roads — there is the Globaltop Heads-Up Display. With it, you can get GPS directions and speedometer information floating above your dash. Eyes on the road, folks, eyes on the road.

The GPS is not built into this device directly, of course, so you’ll need to supply your own GPS receiver. The GlobalTop HUD is also useful for displaying cell phone caller ID (via Bluetooth). No price has been set.

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