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Newest Android 5.1 Head Unit Car Dvd Player Stereo For Ford F150 A Bluetooth 4.0 on 2040-parts.com

US $299.05
Location:

Dayton, New Jersey, United States

Dayton, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:Eonon Steering Wheel Control:Support( CANBUS System) Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply WIFI/3G:Support(3G need to buy dongle extra) UPC:Does not apply CPU:RK3188 1.6GHz Cortex A9 Quad-Core Operation System:Andriod Lollipop 5.1.1 Support Bluetooth 4.0:Yes Resolution:1024*600 WVGA Bluetooth:Support hands free,MP3 player,Phonebook,OBD2 Screen Size:7" High Definition Digital Capacitive Touch Screen Promotion:Black Friday Sale, Cyber Monday Sale Mutual Control:Betweend head unit and your smart phone Compatible with dashcams:Yes(Only for EONON R0008 USB dashcam)

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