JVC Mobile’s KD-NX5000 Wins CNET Editors’ Choice Award
JVC Mobile announced that it received a CNET Editors’ Choice award for its KD-NX5000, single-din navigation receiver featuring a 3.5-inch wide monitor, 40GB HDD Navigation with 3D map viewing, DVD playback and more. The unit is also Bluetooth and iPod Ready. The coveted CNET Editors’ Choice award recognizes outstanding consumer electronics that represent the best available choice for quality, performance, design, service, value, and its logo is a mark of excellence denoting the best possible investment for consumers.
CNET Editors’ Choice winners are recognized as top products in their respective technology categories, and contribute to the standard by which all future products are judged. A key selection requirement is that it must also change the competitive landscape of its market, whether through innovative features, exceptional value for the price, remarkable ease of use, or a demonstrable boost to the lives of its users.
“JVC’s KD-NX5000 is a stylish, hard drive-based head unit equipped with nearly every entertainment and information feature that drivers could wish for,” according to Kevin Massy, associate editor, CNET.com… “Although its compact size can impede the usability of its navigation function, the KD-NX5000 is a serious contender for those looking for a capable, all-in-one car tech system. ..One of the most remarkable design features of the KD-NX5000 is the way that it manages to incorporate so many features without having a faceplate packed with buttons.”
“The CNET Editor’s Choice award represents a continued effort from JVC Mobile to produce products that are on the edge of technology, quality and innovation,” said Chad Vogelsong, JVC Mobile’s General Manager—Marketing. “JVC Mobile is proud of this exceptional achievement and looks forward to producing future award winning user friendly products.”
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