Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

Did you know Sirius makes a $40 receiver called the InV2? Unfortunately, it won't work with docks, but you can't argue with that price. On top of that bit, you saw a lot of major gear today from Sirius's show—the new Stiletto 2, the Altec Lansing dock, the Polk dock, the Sportster 5 with color screen and the Backseat TV system for kid video programming.

Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

Sirius's Extremely Budget-y $40 InV2 Receiver and Other Bits From The Show

And in case you were wondering, the fuel finder shot above is a new feature from the Sirius Traffic software found in in-vehicle navigation systems from Alpine (shown here), Eclipse and Panasonic. [Sirius]