Sunday, January 28, 2007

CES: New Car Gadgets for 2007 at CarSPIN

"The talk of the automotive world this week has been coming out of Detroit’s NAIAS; however, CES (the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, has been equally wowing enthusiasts.
The annoying lights, inspection-rejection, and ripoff diagnosis and repairs associated with Check Engine lights may be remedied with a new device, the CarMD scanner. Since model year 1996, all vehicles sold in the United States have had the port to plug a scanner into, however, most scanners have been expensive and targeted only at repair shops. CarMD will be targeted towards the individual consumer, and has handy USB plugins to connect the device to your computer. You can reset your system, diagnose a code, and even download repair estimates using CarMD."

1 comment:

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