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Directus - Convert After Market Radio to CarPC Box - SEMA 2010

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Sean Clark from mp3Car gets a preview of the Directus telematics box. This box will overtake your after-market OR OEM radio's nav port and give it a new UI that will extend your basic Nav's functionality.

By using this box you actually get to read your SD card, browse the file system, play all kinds of files, see your backup camera, use radar, USB and tons of other accessories that your normal radio would not know how to work with.

We will have a series of videos tomorrow about Directus and their the products as we are shooting video at SEMA 2010 today.

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Updated 11-18-2010 at 12:51 PM by optikalefx

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The pictures look more like it was just wedged in there and supported by the shifter & console rather than with "beautiful fabrication work". Is that the case? Is it the rest of the install that has significant fab work but not the Ipad or an I missing something here in the Pic?
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Cupcakes, I didn't see any cupcakes, damn, but I can say Jade looked more then tired that last week, hope she catches up on this week...
Jay is a great guy (yes taller then myself at 6'4"), he did a HUGE amount of work trying to get the tonneau to function correctly (along with most every other part as well), hope it can work as designed for their next showing.

True, about Fords placement of the truck, the tailgate faced a small wall, with the tailgate open it would have been less then a foot from the wall so being the swing out toolbox maybe gets to a 30deg angle facing the side of the truck it would darn near impossible to see unless you stood with your back on the wall.. oh, well, while in Fords booth they write the rules...
Sad thing is that I'm taller than Jay. LOL (6'8") I look forward to being able to see the truck in person as I haven't got to since it was stock.
Cupcakes, I didn't see any cupcakes, damn, but I can say Jade looked more then tired that last week, hope she catches up on this week...
Jay is a great guy (yes taller then myself at 6'4"), he did a HUGE amount of work trying to get the tonneau to function correctly (along with most every other part as well), hope it can work as designed for their next showing.

True, about Fords placement of the truck, the tailgate faced a small wall, with the tailgate open it would have been less then a foot from the wall so being the swing out toolbox maybe gets to a 30deg angle facing the side of the truck it would darn near impossible to see unless you stood with your back on the wall.. oh, well, while in Fords booth they write the rules...