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CES 2009 - Capacitive touch screens

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by , 01-10-2009 at 11:32 AM (2162 Views)


We take a quick look at when we might be able to get 7” capacitive touch screens in our cars.

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Updated 09-17-2009 at 03:41 PM by optikalefx

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Quote Originally Posted by hd54321 View Post
Sorry, but this video is lacking content - like some of the other videos you guys shot.

For example, you were sitting in redgti's car but you only showed one shot from the hatch - how about showcase the work that her and husband put into the car. I know she is really active here, but instead of just saying that they're at the show, how about giving us the content.
Sorry you didn't like it. The computer is hidden behind a side panel in the rear seat. All of the showcasing is in the trunk where we shot the video. Most people know what Centrafuse looks like, so we didn't spend any time on the interface. If you'd like to see it, we have a little bit of it on the Intel WiMax car where we interviewed Centrafuse's CEO.

We've posted a link to her web site that has full details of the system over on that thread.
Sorry, but this video is lacking content - like some of the other videos you guys shot.

For example, you were sitting in redgti's car but you only showed one shot from the hatch - how about showcase the work that her and husband put into the car. I know she is really active here, but instead of just saying that they're at the show, how about giving us the content.

Same with this Azentek clip. Fine, I understand they have nothing new - but there is virtually no coverage of the CPC1000 or CPC1200. It may be tech that was displayed last year, but since you guys didn't cover them last year in this nature, how about you show us?

Not saying that I don't like looking at the flacid microphone, but please just show me the goods instead of just talking about them.

Hope this constructive feedback helps in your future efforts.
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.

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