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Super-fast and super-expensive, this machine will play any game you can think of at high resolution.
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Driver monitoring systems. 360-degree short-range radar. Infotainment that can personalize audio and video. Future cars are as alert and attentive as nannies—all in the interests of safety as well as happiness.
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