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Warehouse Distributors takes an Intrepid approach to mobile electronics By Brett Solomon The U.S.S. Intrepid was commissioned in 1943 and Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1986. It sailed the Four Corners of the world; took part in the largest naval engagement in history; served as a prime recovery vessel for NASA; and completed three tours of duty during the Vietnam Conflict. Now a museum, the Intrepid is also available for tours or group events, and bills itself as "the largest outdoor party space in Manhattan." Part patriotism, part promotion: A gathering of mobile electronics dealers and vendors held onboard a famous retired aircraft

By Jamie Latshaw LAS VEGAS--After only DVD's first big year in the home theater environment, companies are expanding DVD's uses to make it more portable, mobile and capable of doing 60 mph without skipping. Enter in-car DVD, or at least talk and plans of it, as witnessed at the 1999 International Consumer Electronics Show last month. Although in-car DVD made the loudest splash, other new in-car digital technologies, such as digital receivers and digital amps, debuted at CES as well. DVD expanded to the car's environment only after passing major milestones in the home. Now that DVD players hit the 1-million-players-sold mark, the format is enough of

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