Pioneer has announced a new in dash navigation systems that use conversational commands to access music and cell phones. Pioneer is trying to expand their product lines through developing a more sophisticated voice control systems to enhance the driving experience.
The new navigation system (Pioneer Avic F90BT) is one of several new Pioneer in dash navigation systems with voice control of iPod music and cell phone calling. Pioneer Avic F90BT let users to state a command and the system will let you access it instantly. The system won’t give control over the navigation, CD or DVD functions.
The pioneer Avic F90BT is a double Din navigation that can play CD/CD-R/RW, DVD and DVD-R. It can also read MP3, WMA, iTunes AAC, Wave files. The pioneer Avic F90BT has a 5.8 inch touch screen and preloaded maps in flash memory to be able to play CDs while navigating. The system can be connected to iPods, Sirius and HD Radio and weather updates. The pioneer Avic F90BT navigation has a text-to-speech pronunciation of street names, maps of Canada and the US and it offers 12 million points of interest.
The amazing Pioneer Avic F90BT navigation system is expected to be available on June 2008 and it will cost around $1,200.