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Theravad

[*] posted on 25-6-2008 at 18:04
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Every child will want a laptop for entertainment during long trips.

Do you think it will be popular? Do many cars in other countries (other than U.S.) have this feature? Will it be a luxury feature, or one commonly selected?


A gimmick to entice the gullible methinks - long trips may be severely curtailed as the price of oil breaches $200 a barrel.

My phone has sat-nav and internet access and so it works in my car, in a hire car and on the train. On the sat-nav front, my phone's TomTom consistently out-performs my associates built in sat nav ( two examples Rav4 and a CL270) - so I guess the in-car internet will be a bodge or fixed to one particular network.

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scholar

[*] posted on 25-6-2008 at 16:24
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Every child will want a laptop for entertainment during long trips.

Do you think it will be popular? Do many cars in other countries (other than U.S.) have this feature? Will it be a luxury feature, or one commonly selected?