CCMirrorNAVI will be available from car accessories retailers in Germany at the end of April for a €299. If we consider the massive design of this product - and that the standard price of a 3.5 inch nüvi is between €99 and €129 - it makes for a very expensive rearview mirror.
Garmin and carComp are however not the first to develop this kind of solution. U.S.-based Azentek has launched its SmartMirror a while ago and its design is much better looking, despite a bigger, 4 inch screen. It cost $600 but also integrate hands-free Bluetooth speaker. Last month at CeBIT Azentek even demonstrated the second version of its product which will include a 4.3 inch screen and an optional back-up camera and will retail for $799. The first version is said to have been a sales hit, Azentek having difficulties to keep up with demand.