Fujitsu & TomTom ECLIPSE AVN2210p

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    "■6-Position tilting front panel
    The front panel is motorized to allow setting it between 0?and 30?to suit individual preferences for viewing as well as to optimally match the angle of the car's console."

    NICE
     
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    The only thing that bothers me about this design is that when you take out the GPS you have this ugly gaping hole. I'm assuming the GPS can be removed.

    The site seems to be hammered right now.
     
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    Good point, there should be some kind of faceplate that drops or raises once u remove the GPS.
     
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    I'm assuming it will be (at least I hope so for the people who purchase this).
     
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