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  1. Genivi Aiming for Variety in Automotive Hardware - CES 2010

    by , 02-03-2010 at 02:40 PM

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    Genivi began in March 2009 and has 50 members from automotive leaders. The goal is to drive competition at all levels, expand beyond the X86 and includes other types of processors. There are 15 different silicon providers and many software providers from Automotive Tier 1s and OEMs as well. Genivi has released 1.0 as a release candidate and will be released to the Moblin community. Some of the software will be open source and other parts will be only for the Genivi community.
  2. Marvel Linux Sheeva Plug $99 Computer - CES 2010

    by , 02-03-2010 at 02:00 PM

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    Marvel's Sheeva Plug Computer uses 2 watts of power and the processor speed can be up to 2gh for $99 online at the mp3Car Store. It is ideal for a developer and many mp3Car Forum developers have already created software to use with it.
  3. Video Over USB from Display Link - CES 2010

    by , 02-02-2010 at 10:00 AM

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    Video over usb is useful if you want to extend digital video. It takes a usb mini input and outputs DVI up to 1080p all for $60. There is also a VGA version. The docking station will give via usb 1080p, DVI, VGA , Ethernet, microphone in, and daisy chain up to 4 usb monitors. Extend 15' or more over one usb cable.
  4. Habey Intel Mini PC Inside - CES 2010

    by , 02-02-2010 at 09:58 AM

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    Habey's mini pc is based on the menlo xl. The processor is low power and high performance. The box is roughly 20cm by 20cm and can be mounted on the back of the monitor or anywhere else. There is a 12v input, compact flash, sd and four com ports to control different environments. The box can stream and play 1080pd videos. This is an Intel and Habey project. It has everything you need for a home or car pc. Runs on 12 volt with VGA input or you can have a model with DVI output.
  5. Habey Exec and Long Time mp3Car Forum Member

    by , 02-01-2010 at 12:53 PM

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    Bin Lin started on the mp3Car forums in 2003 and made his own board before joining Habey. He spent over 40 hours building his system for his Acura. Bin is excited about connectivity in the coming year and then the content that will result from the connectivity. The quality of the video will improve in the car. Bin first used his carpc to stream video so that he could see his son at home while driving in his car as well as send video from his car.