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Five wireless connectivity standards within a 24.6x18.0x3.0mm package

11/11/2012 11:36 PM EST
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Tiny useful device
William Miller   8/13/2013 7:47:51 AM
How can such tiny device be so useful and have so many features? I can't stop admiring our technology! Well done guys! Using it in car infotainment, parking assistance, telematics, driver assist and internet-in-car and having literally no rivals can make this device irreplaceable for majority of Americans!

Providing an FM radio receiver and GPS receiver in addition to other features is simply a scientific miracle! travel insurance

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