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List features about Your Car DVD Player

Why would you really want a car DVD player in your car you ask? Well imagine those long trips to visit the relatives, or the many hours on the road to your particular holiday destination. The whole family in the car, the kids asking the usual questions about how long until you arrive, or are you nearly there yet? Well now with so many different options of wholesale electronics the option to have a DVD player in your car is now becoming a more realistic option. When you find the perfect priced and perfect unit for your vehicle you can now imagine that long journey now with the kids quiet in the back of the car watching their favorite DVD. Bliss!

Finding good priced, good quality products is not a difficult task and there are many alternatives available online giving you the ability to search the details of any particular product prior to actually ordering. Distributors all over the world will have a variety of choices for you and, with the information available online, the most difficult part of your task will probably be to stop yourself from going completely “top of the line” with your DVD player and purchasing above your intended budget.

The GO 740 Live sticks to the standard PND form factor that has served TomTom well. The device measures 3.4 inches tall by 5 inches wide. The unit is 0.9 -inch thick at its thickest point (center) and tapers to thinner edges. On the front of the device you'll find a 4.3-inch full-color touch screen with a 480x272 pixel resolution. On the back is the single speaker. The bottom edge is where the proprietary cradle connection can be found, as well as a microSD card slot, if you want to supplement the unit's 2GB of internal storage.