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Audiovox AVDBR1 Automotive Blu-ray Player

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2011

Audiovox’s new Automotive Blu-ray DVD player, the AVDBR1, lets you enjoy HD movies in your car. The player can be installed under the seat or in a storage compartment and connects to any monitor via HDMI, composite or component output.

The AVDBR1′s small size allows you to mount it either horizontally or vertically in any number of ways. It gets power from a 2-pin, 12-volt connector to the vehicle’s accessory power source and comes with a full function wireless IR remote control.

Audiovox XM Snap

Posted in Satellite Radio by Conner Flynn on December 26th, 2010

Many of us would like satellite radio in our car, but we don’t want to spend a ton of money replacing the car’s current radio. It’s a common complaint. But now there is a simple solution. Audiovox has introduced the Audiovox XM Snap!.

It really is a snap too. Just set up the antenna in your car and plug the unit into your car’s cigarette lighter, tune onto the right station on your car’s radio and you’re done. The device sets up quickly and you can listen to SIRIUS XM Radio in less than 10 minutes time. We love it.

Lexi E-book reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on January 10th, 2010

You’ll notice that they called this one Lexi, not sexy. It is in no way sexy and could never be called sexy no matter how many beers you’ve downed while reading your favorite book. Lexi is from Audiovox/RCA, who showed her off at CES 2010.

She won’t turn very many heads in the crowded e-book reader market. She features a 6-inch display, 800 x 600 resolution, 2GB internal memory, and a battery that will last up to 7000 page turns. We doubt that it will take on the Kindle or the Nook.

Audiovox puts PlayStation 2 in the back seat

Posted in PS2 by Conner Flynn on September 23rd, 2009

Audiovox puts PlayStation 2 into the back seatAre we there yet? No. Are we there yet? Soon. Are we there yet? Shut up and play your PS2 already. The VOD10PS2 is said to be the first fully integrated gaming system for the car. The overhead system not only features a 10.2-inch display, but it also boasts a PlayStation 2 console.

Here’s the thing. It costs $949.99, which is way expensive just to keep your rug rats busy. But for that price you get the box itself, a screen, a PS2, two wireless controllers, built-in dome light, a pair of fold-flat IR wireless headphones and a copy of Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando and Hot Shots Golf 3.