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Becker Mexico – satellite navigation like a 1960s car stereo

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The problem with satellite navigation systems (apart from them taking you the wrong way) is that they all have absolutely no style. That’s a criticism you can’t level at the Becker Mexico, which has just become available in the UK.

It’s based on a 1960s car stereo in looks, but in terms of functionality, it’s every bit 2007. First off, it offers satellite navigation in 34 countries in a variety of languages, along with traffic updates and display of the speed limit wherever you are. But that’s not all.

The Becker Mexico has a radio and connectivity to
play digital files. You can also add a multi-CD player as an option
too. And more – it’s a phone too, allowing you to dial and send text
messages hands-free or you can hook up your own mobile via Bluetooth.
It’s even got surround sound and room to plug in your iPod.

If you have a classic or sports car, you really need one of these. And
if you have such a car, you can probably afford one, with prices around
£1.299. But as the company provide the entertainment systems for the likes of Porsche and Maserati, did you expect anything less?

Find out more at the Becker website

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