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>> Hey happy holidays everyone. I'm Kevin Massey from CNET Car Tech with my pick for CNET's holiday gift guide. Now the device I've chosen from all the Car Tech gadgets we've seen this year is the JVC KDNX5000. It's a standard size in-car stereo but it has all the features that will light up the holiday season for the Car Tech lover. It's got a smooth 3 and 1/2 inch screen but you get full color maps on here; you can connect this system to a traffic module and even get real time traffic information. As a media player the KDNX5000 is one of the best we've seen. It comes with a 40 gigabyte hard drive, most of which can be used to store your own personal music library. You can store up to 6000 songs and rip songs from CDs to its internal memory; it can also be used to play MP3 discs, WMA discs and can be hooked up to external modules for satellite radio and iPods giving you nearly everything that you can ever need while on the road. It has a price tag of around 1,000 dollars; it's pretty steep but it's the surest way to your Car Tech lovers' heart this holiday season. I'm Kevin Massey with my pick for CNET's holiday gift guide.
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