Clarion Ships Its 2007 High-Speed Navigation System Just in Time for the Holiday Season
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Clarion Corporation of America
661 W. Redondo Beach Blvd.
Gardena, CA, 90247
Press release date: November 20, 2006
CYPRESS, Calif., Nov. 20 // -- Clarion Corporation of America, a leading manufacturer of mobile electronics, simultaneously expands into two key product categories as it delivers its NAX970HD High-Performance Navigation unit and MAX675VD 2-DIN A/V source unit.
Clarion is known as a long-standing market leader in mobile navigation in Japan. The introduction of the NAX970HD navigation unit marks the first time that Clarion has brought this high-speed technology and its 3D menu interface to the North American market.
The NAX970HD 30GB HDD navigation system utilizes a high-speed processor to perform ultra-fast coast-to-coast route calculation in a matter of seconds. The unit's slick 3D menu operation is effortlessly controlled by the MAX675VD's large 7-inch motorized touch-screen, the largest screen size available in a 2DIN unit. While using Navigation, the user can also enjoy their iPod, Satellite Radio or others sources. The turn-by-turn voice prompts come through loud and clear to any of the systems' nine million points of interest.
"Users will instantly realize Clarion's high-performance advantage, whether operating the system's ultra-cool 3D menu or when simply calculating a route," states Adam Thomas, Vice President of Marketing for Clarion Corporation of America. "This is just a glimpse of how our products continue to offer innovative and technologically enriched features to improve the consumer experience in mobile environments."
The newly available NAX970HD and MAX675VD each have an M.S.R.P. of $1,199.99 and are readily available for the 2006 holiday selling season. See the Clarion.com website for a local authorized dealer.
Clarion Corporation of America has its headquarters in Cypress, California and is a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Clarion Company Ltd., ranked among the top 100 Global OEM Suppliers by Automotive News. Clarion, an international leader in car audio and electronics since 1940, is positioned as the number one independent car audio manufacturer. Clarion conducts research, development, engineering, design, manufacturing, sales and marketing of vehicle entertainment, navigation, communications and security products for the automotive and recreational vehicle environments. Clarion has over 9,000 employees worldwide and 24 factories in 10 countries, with marketing and sales affiliates in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia. Clarion is located on the Web at http://www.clarion.com/
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