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That Hansel, he's so hot right now. And, so is video in your car. We see video screens in dashes, popping out of dashes, in the backs of headrests and in center consoles. But, what about the lowly visor? The visor needs some love, too. And, now it gets it. The Sun Visor TV/DVD Theater, for sale at Gadget Universe for $300, plays DVD's, TV and plain-old FM radio while dutifully blocking the sun from your passengers eyes. Nothing is mentioned about navigation. There is, however, a USB port for your computer and an SD car slot for everything else.
Of course, don't install one on the drivers side. And be sure to wire it up so that it only works in park; you wouldn't want to break the law now, would you?

[Source: The Red Ferret Journal]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      "so in other words, shut off your 60 inch hd tv with bose surround in the family room,"

      Bose sucks, 'nuff said.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I think my wife would flip out if she discovered a monitor in place of her beloved visor mirror. Do they have a fix for this problem? LOL
      • 8 Years Ago
      It takes some real courage to slip soft-core porn into your press photos. Does it ship with that video?
      • 8 Years Ago
      so in other words, shut off your 60 inch hd tv with bose surround in the family room, throw out the can of mgd, and go sit in your driveway and watch a sun visor that only a passenger can watch. then listen to the wife nag about not having a vanity mirror. or, you can take it on the road and watch your favorite movie, become distracted and either hit someone else or wander beyond the speed limit and run a stoplite, cop persues, hands you a ticket for speeding, another for running a stoplite, and another for having a video monitor in view of the driver..(it's illegal in my state. no thanks. i'll watch my 60 inch, drink my mgd, and wait for the viagra to kick in.
      • 8 Years Ago
      This is news?

      Zahn, believe it or not, Justin has heard of the word "car", he was being satirical.
      • 8 Years Ago
      why would you need this thing to play FM radio when you can presumably use the existing radio in the car which probably gets much better reception to boot
      • 8 Years Ago
      Thanks Eric.

      Zahn...try reading more than 1/3 of my post. And go back to school. And try not to fail out this time.

      I want one of these visors. I' sure pimp my ride will find new places to strap 15 of these throughout a vehicle.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I could be wrong, but haven't "clip-on" dvd monitor screens been available for awhile? Sure, it doesn't put the player (or is that a speaker next to the screen?) in the visor, but at least the monitor I'm thinking of is removeable when you sell the car and doesn't have to stay in your old car.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I've been seeing video screens in visors for years [and I mean YEARS]. There's just no project done without them. Player-included ones start to appear for a few months on online shops here in Poland, too.

      Justin: I suppose that spell-checking wouldn't help in this case. There is such a word as 'car', you know.
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