CES: Jensen NVXM1000 "Rock-n-Road" GPS with XM Radio
Tags: 2, XM
The Jensen NVXM1000 GPS with XM Satellite Radio - nicknamed the "Rock-n-Road" (ha! ya' get it?!) - features a built in slot for the XM Mini-Tuner as well as a full featured navigation system and an 8GB hard-drive. The device provides full U.S. and Canada mapping, plus over 11 million Points of Interest, on a beautiful 4-inch color touchscreen display.
Turn-by-turn voice prompts are provided in 12 languages (just in case) and it's powered by a built-in rechargeable Li-Poly battery. There is also an optional rear-view camera to check blind spots and an FM modulator that allows you to hear navigational instructions or XM programming through your car's speakers.
Plus there's that built-in XM Mini-Tuner slot (pictured above), that by simply popping in a $30 XM Mini-Tuner, enables the NVXM1000 to receive all your favorite XM Satellite Radio channels.
The Jensen NVXM1000 "Rock-n-Road" GPS/XM nav system will go for an MSRP price of $999.99 and will be available this Spring.
Check out a ton more photos of it after the jump... and for the record, after playing with this thing, I want it - badly.
Here's the "Home" screen.
Yes, it stores and plays MP3s. Not sure if it stores and plays XM content though.
It also stores and displays photos.
Unfortunately, the XM Mini-Tuner wasn't plugged into the demo unit (probably to prevent people stealing it), but I assume the XM interface is similar to the MP3 music interface.
You can see the XM Mini-Tuner slot, and memory card slot on the left side, there's an accessory plug and volume toggle switch on the bottom, and the right side shows various plugs and whatnot.