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Panasonic introduces 13 new Gorilla SSD GPS in Japan!
Since Panasonic has full control over Sanyo it is not “strange” to see Sanyo’s products now re-branded as Panasonic ones, like for example today’s new Gorilla’s SSD GPS.
Gorilla SSD GPS with AV and Panasonic’s Strada technology.
The first models, introduced by Panasonic today are high-end GPS available in four different flavors with the CN-SP710VL, CN-SP710VD and CN-SP510VL, CN-SP510VD which are respectively featuring a 7” Wide VGA LED Backlight screen and 5” Wide VGA LED Backlight one.
All models are technically similar and features the same function as well as the same amount of memory with an internal 16GB SSD, with free map update for three years and improved data/GPS collection information for more accurate locating and guidance.
Gorilla SSD GPS with AV and G Appli technology.
Here you are there another Sanyo’s only technology now under the Panasonic name, G Appli was Sanyo’s way to let customers upload personal Data, Google Map POI and other personal information or Tour Guide data related to travels and personal preference from your computer to your GPS via an SD card.
These G Appli Gorilla SSD GPS are available in 9 different version with the :
CN-SP707FVL, CN-SP707FVD, CN-SP605FVL, CN-SP605FVD, CN-SL305L, CN-SP705L, CN-SP505VL, CN-GL300D, and CN-GL410D.
The first four models the CN-SP707FVL, CN-SP707FVD, CN-SP605FVL, CN-SP605FVD comes with a 7” and 6.2” screen, 8 or 16GB of SSD, Digital TV Tuner, VICS while the other models comes with either a 5 ot 7” screen 4 or 8GB of SSD and with a 1Seg TV Tuner and optional VICS.