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July 30th - Air Soft Flexible 85-Key USB/PS/2 Silicone Keyboard

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by , 08-01-2008 at 09:45 AM (2088 Views)
The Air Soft Flexible Keyboard has been added to the Mp3Car Store. Nick suggested adding the Air Soft to the store because it is durable, flexible and can hold up to tough environments, and really cheap! Just beware that this keyboard requires a relatively flat surface for use. For more information, see the Air Soft Product Description.

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Quote Originally Posted by Rat Bagu
Do you have that design of that Scion tC dash that you did for that car show? Do you have a project page or something I can check out for that? I searched the website but could not find anything related to that specific dash. Thanks!
We had our industrial designer and electrical engineer do that several years ago. We probably spent at least 60k on that project due to all the custom plastics, electronics and software. We will do a better job of documenting the next one. A lot of the work done on this project we couldn't talk about at the time.
My name is Robert Wray. AKA Fiberoptic on our forums. This nic goes way back to the original days of MP3Car when I had a super speedy uncapped 10mb cable modem in 1996 and nobody else was on the Comcast pipe. For the last 4 years MP3Car has consumed an average of 70-80 hours a week of my time. Before MP3Car became my life I worked at a small technology consulting company. I scoured the net for travel bargains, toured the United States and 12 other countries. I sailed on friendís boats, rock climbed, and enjoyed the outdoors.

Most of my work days at MP3Car consist of reading and replying to sales questions, reading the forums, testing new products and filling in where ever the rest of the team needs help. Currently we have two lab cars that we test things in. The original Toyota Highlander Hybrid which we used with Intel @ CES 2006 and a 2006 Scion TC(prototype dash photo below). My desk is also normally an explosion of technical parts, paperwork, projects, test equipment and ideas in progress.

Recent public reviews of products I have tested are the SIIG , M4 ATX software and the Garmin Mobile PC.

Expect more of these reviews on a regular on a basis as part of our blog.

Many of you may have noticed that MP3Car has been undergoing changes over the last 6 months. One of the biggest changes here is the separation from our StreetDeck product which occurred in mid July. This separation will allow us to support all software efforts as well as redirect resources towards the growth of the community which has grown to 1.1 million posts and 101,000 global users.

We hope to roll out several community upgrades before the end of the year. I believe one of the most important things we are doing is creating this new blog. A blog is the first of many infrastructure improvements that will allow us to more openly share information about the growth of MP3Car and exciting new things happening in mobile computing.

All of the MP3Car team will be contributing to the blog on a regular basis as well as an occasional guest blogger. If you any ideas that you think should go on the blog, please send me an e-mail.

Discussion about the MP3Car Blog will occur in this new forum which has been created here.