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CES 2012: Elegant Gadgets Abound

Check out the coolest gadgets from CES Unveiled 2012.
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The Kivic One wants to be an AppleTV--and more--for your car. The small brick can be connected to any monitor with an HDMI or composite video port, including TVs, projectors and more. It's compatible with Apple's AirPlay, DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), WiFi Direct and the like, so that transfers from a variety of sources can take place over the air.

Kivic specifically aims its device at the car as an entertainment source for kids (or adults who aren't driving). At $200 it's not cheap, but it's cheaper than the integrated video systems found in many SUVs.

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