Unlike, “Laundry Time”, which puts the spin cycle (and other laundry information) on flat panels only in several Atlanta, GA test homes, Lear Corp. is now rolling out its futuristic [tag]garage door remote[/tag], the Car2U System, in a host of 2007 GM models from Buicks to Yukons. The glorified garage door remote option is a three-button, DIP switch-configured, universal transmitter, embedded in your car’s interior to remotely activate, from about 300 feet (100 yards, the length of a football field) not only your car’s portal, but just about anything in your home that you can plug into a [tag]110-volt outlet[/tag].
In fully-equipped cars you can also use a fob to [tag]remotely start your car[/tag], start the [tag]climate control[/tag], roll the windows, activate the entertainment system, and adjust the electric seats. Later, modules for many electricity-power devices in your home will cost $30 to $60 each, but no price has been set for the home automation set up.
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