By Lisa Johnston
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NORTHBROOK, ILL. — Motorola, the OEM for LoJack, announced it has shipped its 2 millionth LoJack to the LoJack company, which is selling the car locators at an increasing rate. Motorola said it shipped a million LoJack units over the past three years vs. the first 1 million units shipped, which spanned a 10-year period. LoJack said it has added seven new metro areas to the existing 12 domestic markets over the past three years, and claimed that LoJack units have resulted in the recovery of more than 42,000 vehicles, or a 90 percent recovery rate.
LAS VEGAS — Beltronics launched at CES the first "Performance Guarantee" for radar detectors, effective this month. The company has begun testing all Bel 2001 products at an independent testing lab for relative X, K and Ka band radar sensitivity against other detectors in the same price range. Each product will ship with a written performance guarantee, and Bel claims if a consumer's unit is not performing properly they can send it to the lab to be retested. "If it doesn't meet the standard, we'll replace it," said sales and marketing VP Donal Rich.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.