Car entertainment systems are the best thing to come along since sliced bread. No family trip should have to endure the unending heartbreak of not having one. The folks at Beuler understand this and have produced the most advanced flip down screen in the world.
This new unit has a high resolution HD screen with a really great viewing angle that allows full viewing even from the side. It's also boasts a very low profile so as not to take up too much space. This model has a motorized screen that is accessible from the touch of a button and parents can also control the unit from the front seat of the vehicle.
It's capable of playing any HD movie through the SD slot. And in bringing car viewing up to date, you can even use Wi-Fi to stream your favorite content from sources like Netflix and YouTube. There is also an HDMI input if you want to wire into your other devices. It's sleek, simple to use and offers a wide array of entertainment choices for the whole family.
Also at the Beuler booth, we got to take a look at another new little product. And when we say little, we aren't kidding. They have made the smallest cell phone in the world. It's actually one tenth the size of the average cell phone today. It's a complete and fully functioning GSM cell phone with an LED display and working manual key buttons. It takes a micro SIM card and can make and receive calls with its own unique phone number. Also, it can be paired to your regular smartphone via Bluetooth. It's perfect for a "backup phone" that can be used when jogging, biking or anytime you don't want to carry your bulky smartphone.
Both products, as well as their other product line, can be found at their website. The flip screen retails for $695, while the miniature GMS cell phone is just $89.
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