CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW: CNET editors cover the Next Big Thing
Rosen A10: for your mobile viewing and gaming pleasure
January 7, 2005; 9:50 a.m.
The price: $1,799. Uniquely, comes with a lifetime (as long as you own the car) warranty.
The prospects: Just a huge market. Thirty percent of SUVs and vans sold today have a video display screen. People who buy a car without a screen may well want to add one later, and those who bought minivans before screens became factory options are a potential market, too.
An upcoming model, the G10, will include 25 games.
By Rafe Needleman, editor, CNET Reviews
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