2006 Consumer Electronics Show: What's Hot is Automotive Electronics

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RIDGEWOOD, N.J., Jan. 9, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- The International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas recently debuted the latest in automotive electronics. Whether it's the latest gadget for the Do-it-yourselfer or high-speed internet access for the techy on the road -- the 2006 CES had it all.

One of the biggest trends at the show was convenience. Portable GPS systems like the Magellan Roadmate 800 can be transferred to any vehicle and also doubles as an MP3 player and photo viewer (www.magellangps.com). Voice activated phones also come in handy. The Sony Ericsson HBC700 keeps your hands free and eyes on the road. (www.sonyericsson.com).

"What we are also really seeing a lot of this year is the use of satellite. Automotive companies are really catching onto technology," says Lauren Fix, America's Car Coach.

Fix will give viewers an inside look into the top automotive electronics for 2006.

For more information on the Consumer Electronics Show and the automotive products for 2006, go to www.moreaboutthat.info, click on our CES Show -- Cars segment and then download our podcast to see the segment online.

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