Low-End Korean GPS is Basically High-End 7-Inch Screen PMP, for $190The normally navigation-focused guys over at Navigadget have spotted something interesting: The "low end" Easycar U7 GPS system heading for Korean drivers at the moment is basically a pretty high-end media player with a 7-inch touchscreen. As well as helping you navigate, the 0.75-inch deep gizmo plays audio and video files, has a text reader, photo-viewer and accepts digitally-broadcast TV. Check out the gallery to see it in action, and go mad when you learn it costs the equivalent of just $190.

Low-End Korean GPS is Basically High-End 7-Inch Screen PMP, for $190

Low-End Korean GPS is Basically High-End 7-Inch Screen PMP, for $190

Low-End Korean GPS is Basically High-End 7-Inch Screen PMP, for $190

Low-End Korean GPS is Basically High-End 7-Inch Screen PMP, for $190

Low-End Korean GPS is Basically High-End 7-Inch Screen PMP, for $190

Where did you see a fairly thin PMP with a 7-inch screen and all that functionality for that small an amount of cash? I know there's exchange-rate shenanigans happening, but it sure makes most GPS systems over here seem like a rip-off. Let us know your take on this guys: Are the Koreans just lucky buggers, or are the GPS makers over here ripping us off?

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[Navigadget]