TOKYO -- Searching for ways to expand its customer base, Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co. has launched a new car navigation system that doubles as a mobile navigator for people on foot. Kyushu Matsushita, a subsidiary of electronics giant Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., is Japan's leading maker of portable car navigation systems. Its new Panasonic KX-GP1 and KX-GP1Z went on sale in July. Planned monthly sales: 7,000 units. The base KX-GP1 model -- weighing just 14.5 oz. (410 grams) ...

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