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Review

Vizualogic RoadTrip Universal Dual Headrest DVD System

The Vizualogic RoadTrip Universal Dual Headrest DVD System is a simple and inexpensive way to add rear-seat entertainment, with removable headrests, to any vehicle using only basic hand tools.

July 22, 2009

2.5 stars Editors' rating July 22, 2009

MSRP: $999.00

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Vizualogic shows off Android-powered headrest monitors

Vizualogic brings Android to the back seat with its upcoming rear-seat entertainment system.

By November 2, 2011

Gallery

Installing the VizuaLogic Road Trip

CNET Car Tech installs the Vizualogic Road Trip Universal Dual Headrest DVD System using only basic hand tools and a little know how.

11 Images By July 21, 2009

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Add DVD monitors to your car in an afternoon with Vizualogic

The Vizualogic RoadTrip Universal Dual Headrest DVD System is a simple and inexpensive way to add rear-seat entertainment to any vehicle with removable headrests using only basic hand tools.

By July 23, 2009

Video

Vizualogic Road Trip Universal Dual Headrest DVD System

The Vizualogic Road Trip Universal Dual Headrest DVD System is a simple way to add rear seat entertainment to any vehicle with removable headrests using only basic handtools.

By July 22, 2009

Video

Vizualogic VMOD Video on Demand

At CES 2007, we look at a media hub that's designed to trick out your car.

May 21, 2008

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Video headrest for the iPod

Vizualogic A-1250 specifically marries iPod with headrest video.

By November 13, 2006

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Back seat computer

Vizualogic's VMOD is a computer that can be installed in a car.

By November 7, 2006

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Android Atlas Weekly 71: No Galaxy Nexus for Black Friday (Podcast)

Jason Howell from TWiT TV joins us live as we get hands on with the Galaxy Nexus. We also take a look at a new nook, and ask what a dude thinks about his girl phone. All of that and more on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly for November 2nd 2011.

By November 2, 2011

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Car Tech Live 240: BMW head up display goes full color and full cooler (podcast)

MirrorLink ramps up for smartphones in cars, new Ford escape features hands-free door, survey says you want voice command and wall plugs in your car, and we drive the Mercedes SLK 350.

By November 4, 2011