2013 Advent Overhead HDMI Monitors Ship

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 HAUPPAUGE, NY – Advent is now shipping a line of overhead rear seat video monitors with HDMI/MHL inputs for a connection to smartphones and tablets.

 

The 2013 line, first shown at CES last January includes 9- and 10-inch “High Def” monitors that can connect to a WiFi device to keep kids entertained in the back seat.

 

Aimed at car dealerships and expediters, the line includes:

 

The ADVEXL10 10.1” Hi-Def digital monitor with built-in DVD player with 2 HDMI/MHL inputs enabling smart phones and other personal mobile devices to be plugged in directly. Content that is stored or being streamed live to the mobile device can be played back on the monitor. The system also features audio/video inputs and outputs, USB port with charging capability, and a game port option.  It also provides  M1/M2 control, an integrated IR headphone transmitter, built-in 100 channel FM modulator with FM transmitter function, last position memory and auto on upon disc insertion. Available in interchangeable shale, pewter and black trim rings and snap-on covers.

 

 

The ADVDLX10 10.1” Hi-Def digital monitor with built-in DVD player with a 10 inch hi-def monitor along with a USB reader, audio/video inputs and outputs, integrated IR headphone transmitter, built-in 100 channel FM modulator with FM transmitter function, last position memory, remote control, two wireless headphones and M1/M2 operation. Available in interchangeable shale, pewter and black trim rings and snap-on covers.

 

The ADVDLX9 9” Hi-Def digital monitor with built-in DVD player is a 9 inch hi-def monitor along with a USB reader, audio/video inputs and outputs, integrated IR headphone transmitter, built-in 100 channel FM modulator with FM transmitter function, last position memory, remote control, two wireless headphones and M1/M2 operation. Available in interchangeable shale, pewter and black trim rings and snap-on covers.

 

For more information visit: adventproducts.com/oemultimediasolutions/

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