A blast of e-mail was sent out on Monday to all the car computer and telematics stores around the globe by some former employees of the now defunct Infill and Maxan. (we were open cced). Apparently they have formed a new company called HTS. The e-mail states they are accepting advanced orders on their FunDi G7. There are lots of concerns, but maybe it is just because they are still in stealth mode.
•As of Monday 3/23/2009 their domain carpcmall.com points to a parked website.
•Their PDF looks like CAD rendered image
•“Accepting advanced orders” Hmm. Have we heard that before in the car PC world?
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:20 PM by optikalefx
In this video blog we test out Dash Command Lite – an innovative way of displaying OBD-II data. Talk about this on our forums in our blog talk section. Buy dash command lite here & get 10$ off the final version when it comes out in late spring or early summer
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:21 PM by optikalefx
A different version of Giantec’s hardware was also in the Intel booth. We take a closer look at this version and the single din version as well. The single din is in a previously posted video.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:36 PM by optikalefx
A different version of Giantec’s hardware was also in the Intel booth. We take a closer look at this version and the double din version as well. The double din in a video coming soon.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:37 PM by optikalefx
After 2-3 years of never shipping the Azentek Atlas, Azentek is taking a more conservative approach to launching product. They were planning on showing their single din car computer here at CES, but have decided to hold off until it becomes available for sale. Azentek also got car computing some exposure on good morning America.
Check out our video for more details.
Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:42 PM by optikalefx