May 22, 2007 gps navigation
Zamm is your standard navigation system from Korea that also has an integrated T-DMB receiver to let you watch channels and stations that supports DMB (digital media broadcast) on its 7″ screen. It recently made its way through FCC meaning it is getting close to hit the market.
Screen has 800×480 resolution for a clear picture, and it uses a dual core MMSP2 processor. Therefore you can easily make use of the picture in picture feature and run multiple applications at once. You can bring your videos and music either on an SD or a compact flash card, or even on an external HDD thanks to the USB host slot. If you have your own external media player and just want to take advantage of the 7″ screen you can still rely on Zamm for it has two separate AV-IN ports.
One other key feature Zamm DMB navigation system is obviously its DMB receiver. We know Korea is filled with media companies that broadcast in this format but none in the U.S. as far as we know. Either way FCC says the DMB receiver fits the requirements. We’re not sure how U.S. drivers will make use of this here just yet but it’s always nice to see Korean gadgets coming our way.