Traveling DVD players have proven far too convenient not to grow, and quickly. "One of the primary reasons parents get DVD players [for their cars] is to keep the kids quiet on long trips," said Suzanne White, vice president of marketing for Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, Culver City, Calif. "One thing we've thought of is adding a function called QuickStart to our movies. The minute you pop it in, it's ready to go. There is no fussing and no buttons to push. I know that once the kids ...

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