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Audiovox makes a splash at CES 2010

The Rock Pot and the EZ4000 are among two of the more sexier devices Audiovox unleashed on us at CES this year.  The RCA EZ4000 is their active-lifestyle camcorder which is small, water-proof and designed for reckless land and water adventurers. It’s slim enough to fit in your shirt pocket, but powerful enough to shoot HD video (1080p) H.264 as well as a sports mode (WVGA@60fps). The micro SD card  slot can hold up to 16GB cards. A built-in rechargeable battery makes the going price of $169.99 easy on the pocket book. Available Spring 2010.

My favorite is the Rock-Pot. A planter disguised as a wireless speaker that can be used indoors or outdoors. The planter can even separate from the wireless speaker if need be, but why? MSRP: $129.99. In the spring of 2010.

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