Released July, 2008
The Pros:Large 6" display with anti-glare coating looks great in-dash. Map and menu hard buttons are very convenient. Excellent GPS reception--picks up signals indoors.
The Cons:Touchscreen response is somewhat inconsistent. Voice recognition doesn't work very well.
The Pioneer AVIC-F500BT is a portable navigation device that goes above and beyond what is expected out of a GPS device. It offers features like voice recognition for iPod playback and hands-free calling, bluetooth connection for cell phones, conversational phrase recognition, MSN direct tuner, 3D landmarks, Mobile Media nad 800 x 480 pixel display.
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The Pioneer AVIC-F500BT is intended for someone who wants more than just navigation out of a GPS device, and doesn't mind paying for it.
- Flash memory map data
- Covered in US, Canada, Alaska, Hawaii
- Conversational voice recognition
- Voice controlled playback
- SD Memory Card Slot
- Back-up Camera INput
- 1 year warrenty
- 5.8" Screen size
- Anti-Glare screen coating
User Reviews (1)
Large 6" display with anti-glare coating looks great in-dash.
Map and menu hard buttons are very convenient.
Excellent GPS reception--picks up signals indoors.
Very smooth map animations when routing.
Very easy to modify or "root" the firmware to add in additional maps, enable speed camera warnings, add extra 3D buildings, load international maps, etc.
Touchscreen response is somewhat inconsistent.
Voice recognition doesn't work very well.
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