Yeah, pretty messed up, and very obvious that it is CF. I looked through that article for it and no mention of any Flux or CF stuff - lame! They could at least create a different skin so it doesn't look like CF, how lazy!
Re-do fabrication of screen [DONE]
Add mini-USB and micro-USB power from M2-ATX [DONE]
Teardown PC [100%]
Add HDMI > VGA converter [0%]
It's an all-in-one device without any separate boxes. Full internal WiFi, Dolby Digital 5.1, Intel Core Duo processor, 1 gig memory upgradeable to 2 gigs, 120gb hard drive, internal bluetooth, GPS, pc card slot, multiple USB ports, and more!
I'll get some of the latest details up on the web site today.
Also, regarding the comments above, we have been working with David and the guys at Flux however at this time we have not yet decided 100% which front-end software to use, or to use our own. For now, we have changed the photos on our site to show our own software until we have made a final decision.
If there are any more questions, feel free to let me know!
could you please be so kind and explain how your Company will handle the startup time of the system? As it seems to be based on Windows I am afraid you also struggle with the fact that the startup time of Windows is much higher then every other "Car Multimedia" Equipment.
When the ignition is turned off, the unit goes to sleep rather than turning off completely. That allows for the unit to quickly turn back on when the vehicle is started again - without going through the bootup sequence.
We have integrated a custom-designed power management system that allows the unit to sleep, while only drawing the same amount of power that a typical car radio uses to keep the clock and memory presets - so there are no worries about having a dead battery.