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    InDash CarPC V2 Barebone at CarTFT.com

    Anybody here testing this pc out? Or have some experiense of the store (cartft)?
    http://www.cartft.com/catalog/il/512

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    I am also interested if anyone has this barebone.
    About experiences with Cartft: I have bought a couple of things there and I am happy with them. I will defenitly be buying there next time.

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    Has anyone worked with this, or can some one point me to the REAL manufacture, I was thinking about putting this in my 2nd car (seems alot easier then what I went through for the eclipse
    '95 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
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    Does it run windows? looks realy nice. Price is good to. $650 US
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    yes it runs windows seeing as they say it runs ms median player,outlook. PLus its just an viac3 processor .regular hdd and whatnot.

    Anyone know what kinda car that is their displayin it in.

    they carry the infill g4 and infill s3 .alos another indash thats like the g4 and is made for a pc

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    I have bought 3 of these units off CarTFT.com for resale in Australia. Dealing with them has always been a pleasurable experience. The first unit that I bought had a couple of wiring colour differences to the website and manuals, but after an online chat with their "Livehelp" we soon sorted it out. I would not hesitate to recommend CarTFT. The units themselves are made by Autocan in Korea, and are a very nice package. They are similar inside to a Lilliput Blaxstream, but don't have built in Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, but they do have a groovy LCD front panel display (with its own software) and a fully featured remote control. Both units share the PlayNow bios, which is really quite handy if you don't want to fire up the computer. I like them, they run Windows XP, Roadrunner and Map Monkey very nicely. (I have only ever used 512MB ram). I have not had any problems with them. ( Aussie roads are a fair bit rougher than U.S and Europe, so we give things a good shake up) If you pair it up with the new Lilliput/Newision/Neway motorised in dash LCD radio amp unit it makes a nice compact setup. The only downside is a large power supply/shut down controller, which is on a short fat lead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kermlax View Post
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    Anyone know what kinda car that is their displayin it in.
    They say on thier site it is an Lamborghini
    '95 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
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    Why is the S3 more expecsive then the G4 onthis site?

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