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  1. MIMO USB Touchscreen CES 2010

    by , 01-08-2010 at 11:29 AM

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    7" display with a processor in the mointor that converts any 2D image to a 3D image at a retail price around $300. MIMO also offers a usb monitor with touchscreen that is $180 retail with a single cable.
  2. Mobile Computer Stand for Car CES 2010

    by , 01-08-2010 at 11:28 AM
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    PanaVise designs platforms for laptops, netbooks, UMPCs and mobile data terminals. The platforms allow easy movement of the computer and have a built-in fan system that is USB powered. The platforms are marketed for use by police, sales reps, and other professionals that require an in-vehicle work station.
  3. Lilliput USB Powered 8 and 10 inch Touchscreens CES 2010

    by , 01-07-2010 at 09:06 PM

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    Lilliput is most excited to present their new USB-powered 8" and 10.1" touchscreens. They provide data, touch and power over a single cable. The 8" display generally requires only one cable for power for most computers. The 10.1" monitor is 1024x576 dots and requires extra power because of its size. These monitors will be released within the next few months and be available on the mp3Car Store. The 8" display generally requires one cable for most computers.

  4. Video Coverage of CES 2010 and Live Streaming from the Mp3Car Crew

    by , 01-06-2010 at 05:15 PM
    Heather, Rob and Sean from the mp3Car team are in flight to Las Vegas to attend the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show. We will bring CES 2010 video coverage to you via ustream live videos and HD videos on our blog. Tell us what and who you want to see on video by sending @mp3Car tweets which will text our mobile phones.


    We are looking forward to meeting up with forum members such as Greg Planthaber, the recent subject of a New York Times article, for a meet up Saturday night. If you are at CES 2010, join our meet and if you have YouTube videos add them to our Community Videos page for everyone to see.
  5. Got YouTube Videos? Post them at mp3Car.

    by , 01-06-2010 at 08:49 AM
    Thanks to YouTube Direct, any mp3Car community member can easily share their YouTube Videos with the rest of the mp3Car Community. All you have to do is go to the Community Videos Tab and follow the instructions.

    Why Share Your Videos? By sharing you help other members of mp3Car more easily find videos about carpc installs, mobile computing, and anything else that might be of interest to the community. Feel free to submit product demo videos if you are a company too. To see an example check out the Community Video page and see the CarPC 101 Video from BugByte.
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