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Car Visor Plays Dvds, Video Games, Mp3s, Mp4s

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Do we really need any more distractions we need while we drive down the road? This over-the-top replacement sun visor for your vehicle manages to cram in just about everything but the kitchen sink.

Visor plays Video Games DVDs MP3 MP4

Not only can the visor play DVDs, audio and video files, it can play retro video games on its 7-inch LCD 16×9 widescreen display. Just hook up one or two (included) gamepads and you can play a number of emulated 8-bit games (many of which come on an included disc).

DVD Visor

The jack-of-all-trades plays DVD, SVCD, VCD, DVCD, CD, CDG, CD-R and CD-RW discs, as well as digital media files stored in MP4, MP3, WMA or JPEG formats. It can even send game or movie audio to your car’s stereo thanks to a built-in FM transmitter.

Thankfully, it looks like this is only available as a passenger (right hand) visor, so you shouldn’t be able to play while you drive (unless you happen to live in England or another right-hand drive part of the world, of course). If you’re ready to turn your car into an accident waiting to happen, you can pick up the system from Chinavasion for just over $100.

[BTW: I don’t remember James Bond shooting hoops in Tomorrow Never Dies either].



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