obd2 to USB cable + Android Tablet
I tried to search the forums, and have done a fair amount of Googling on the issue, and still haven't found to much info, so here's the deal:
I recently bought an bluetooth OBD2 port adapter and tossed it in my car (04 STI) connected it to my android phone, and using the free version of 'Rev' started monitoring my speed, rpm's, boost and the like. But the lag was pretty bad. I've very interested in this technology, but it strikes me as being a little too slow to really be useful. So here are my questions:
How much faster, or how much more responsive, is a direct wired OBD2 to USB connection than wireless (either wifi or bluetooth)?
And if it is faster, would it be relatively easy to get an OBD2 to USB cable working with an android tablet? I've been looking at tablets, and my favorite so far is the Viewsonic gTablet (http://www.amazon.com/ViewSonic-gTab...6347642&sr=1-5).
If there is information out there, i'd love to be pointed to it!
-Bob The Savage