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CES displays are often more aspirational (108-inch plasma TVs)
than practical. Here, for example, is one of the setups from the Anaba
Group booth--interesting, but we're not sure how you'd watch the LCD in the
back of the car.
Even less practical: here's a TV screen on the back bumper, also
from the Anaba booth. Unless you've always wanted to back Bill O'Reilly
into a tree, we don't see the point.
Forget those dinky, back-seat displays: here the car is just a
glorified home-entertainment cabinet, holding a big TV and lots of
Who needs to see the sun or stars when you can watch American
Idol on a TV built into the sunroof?
Maxxsonics had a Hummer with 30-inch rims. That's neither sport nor
utility, but it does look pretty.
Also at the Maxxsonics booth, there was a Hummer H2 from the
RealWheels Criss Angel Mindfreak Project. We want the webby steering wheel.
At Arc Audio, this Monkees convertible was on display. We like
retro, but surely they might have used a manufactured pop group of more
recent vintage. Who wouldn't want to ride in the Gorillaz-mobile?
CES hasn't just hit the road; it's gone aquatic, too. On this Polk
Audio boat, those aren't lights on the top bar; they're speakers.
The only thing better than a convertible: a convertible with seats
that stretch out into a bed. It looked mighty cozy after a day of walking
the show floor.