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Beyond DVD: Is the next home entertainment center the car?

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chanj0
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re: Beyond DVD: Is the next home entertainment center the car?
chanj0   7/17/2010 9:23:01 AM
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True enough, entertainment and hi-speed data access will be on the go in the very near future. I am sure their popularity will increase substantially with a true auto-mobile. I mean an automobile which drives itself. It is coming.

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scott1202   7/17/2010 8:27:02 AM
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I love this. I love my DVD players, but the screens are always too small or just not clear enough for my taste. This looks about right. This will keep the kids busy while we are on our long roadtrips! http://www.gpscardvd.com

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