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Sony announced today the second addition to its NAV-U line of GPSes. The NV-U71T has a 3.5-inch, antiglare screen and the unit attaches to your windshield with a suction cup.

The new GPS utilizes a Gesture Command function that allows users to access specific commands by signing a specific motion across the touch-sensitive display. It also includes about 7 million points of interest preloaded on its 2GB of flash memory. And it can provide audio directions through a built in speaker.

It will be available for $500 and will require a $4.95/month subscription service after the first 90 days.

Product Page [via Laptop Magazine]

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