Instead of showing a flat, bird eye view of your destination route, the Thinkware I-Navi K2 navigation unit spices things up a bit with a little 3D graphics action. This provides the driver with better orientation on where the exact destination is relative to the car’s current location. Beyond the graphics, the I-Navi K2 does double duty as a video and MP3 player, featuring a 4.8-inch WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) LCD, 256MB of RAM, built-in microphone, Bluetooth, integrated speakers with Yamaha 3D sound chip, 8GB SDHC memory card, DMB TV tuner, and a Geomagnetic sensor (G-sensor) — which is a 3-axis sensor able to detect the absolute orientation of the North Pole for better reliability in its path finding capabilities. Photo viewer, games, and e-book reader round out the features list.
For the driver’s safety, the Thinkware I-Navi K2 can sync with Bluetooth enabled phones to automatically take incoming calls. The I-Navi K2 can be used as a “hands-free” set using its built-in microphone. The GPS unit will hit Korea for 549,000 KRW ($549 USD).