Slideshow: Car Tech at CES

Car tech at CES used to mean big boom boxes and bigger boom boxes, but these days it's all about TV, GPS, and communicating digitally without removing your hands from the steering wheel.

By Yardena Arar, PC World |  Personal Tech, automotive, slideshow

Entertainment Meets GPS in Eclipse AVN Models

For those who want to have their GPS and their sophisticated audio and video too, new AVN (for Audio, Video and Navigation) in-dash models from Eclipse are suitably droolworthy, capable of playing DVDs, CDs, and digital audio from iPods and other sources. The $850 AVN4430 features a detachable TomTom GPS unit that you can use in another car without removing the rest of the entertainment system/hands-free Bluetooth phone kit; the AVN726E (due in April, no price announced) will have a 7-inch high-def screen.

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