Free mobile TV from the world's biggest pickup truck

The International 7300 CXT, equipped with TV screens, is on display at CES 2007.

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For those of you who want TV on the move, but who are unwilling to splash out on the new mobile service from Verizon, there is an alternative. On display here at CES, this International 7300 CXT pickup truck has flat-panel TVs installed in its two rear wheel arches, and one tacked onto the bottom of the tailgate for good measure.

The CXT is hooked up to DirecTV via KVH's Tracvision A7 satellite receiver, meaning that other drivers get to watch cable and local network TV when stuck in traffic beside or behind it. Just synchronize your commute with this mobile-media monster and you can catch up on episodes of Law and Order on your way to the office.

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