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ESCORT Demos the All-Digital PASSPORT® Max™ High Definition Radar Detector on East Coast

Industry leading radar and laser detector to be featured live at Boston Engadget show

BOSTON, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ESCORT Inc. (ESCORTinc.com), designer and manufacturer of the world's only all-digital PASSPORT® Max™ radar & laser detector, is again inviting the public to experience their record setting detector at tonight's Engadget Live Show in Boston.  Using advanced military technology, PASSPORT Max™ delivers high definition performance with ultra-fast signal processing and unprecedented noise filtering.

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In addition, PASSPORT Max™ Limited Edition models in expanded case configurations including Brilliant Blue, Glossy Black, Burled Wood, and Carbon Fiber, will also be on display. Customers may enjoy the key benefits of the world's only all-digital premium radar detector in their chosen custom style.

ESCORT will feature the PASSPORT Max™ and Limited Edition models at the Engadget Boston show.  The event takes place tonight at The Royale, 279 Tremont, Boston, MA 02116. A private media only preview is from 6:00 - 7:00 PM and immediately following, the event is open and free to the general public from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM.

Upon its release, the Max™ all-digital detector was immediately named 'the best detector ever' by several leading industry analysts.  The key to the record setting detector's overwhelming success is true Digital Signal Processing (DSP). 

With patented DSP technology, PASSORT Max achieves unprecedented processing speeds and record-setting range reporting. 

"PASSPORT Max continues to be called 'the best detector ever' as more and more analysts take their turn to preview our latest technology," said Ron Gividen, ESCORT PR Director.  "Tonight east coast Engadget guests will be able to see the digital signal processing technology for themselves in the world's only all-digital radar detector."

For more information about the new PASSPORT Max all-digital detector view ESCORT Inc on YouTube, visit ESCORTinc.com or call the company direct at 800.433.3487. 

ESCORT Twitter: https://twitter.com/escortradar
ESCORT Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DriveSmarter

About ESCORT Inc.
ESCORT Inc. is the leading manufacturer of high-performance radar and laser detectors and the award winning ESCORT Live™ real-time ticket protection network.  ESCORT manufacturers products under the ESCORT, PASSPORT, REDLINE, SOLO, Pro and BELTRONICS brands.  The company is headquartered in West Chester, Ohio, with its principal manufacturing facility located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. 

Editorial Contact:
Ron Gividen
513.870.8500
Email

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