Friday, 28 January 2011

GPS mirror as playful as it is dangerous

 
Should we welcome or fear the worst? Notices will certainly share with the new entrant among the mirrors tomorrow. Indeed, China vision introduced a new high-tech mirror, with more attractions than ever.

The good news is that the mirror has a Blue tooth and GPS. That means it works as a hands free car during phone calls. Drivers can refer to the card while keeping the road in their field of vision. The latter option is based on its chip SiRF STAR III and 4.3 inch touch screen next to the mirror. The mirror is large enough. Furthermore, it has several features that are not really useful to the driver, including a media player and games. The mirror features a Centrality Atlas 4 CPU Dual-Core 500 MHz. It comes with a 4 GB micro SD card, stylus and has a built-in battery that charges through USB. To install, simply hang it over the original rear view mirror.

If the kit Blue tooth and GPS functions seem useful to the driver, the rest is rather dangerous. Although the designers have integrated the functions fun to pass time in traffic or when the car is parked, the unwary cannot help but use them while driving.

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