I think that unit was already released and discontinued by Azentek. This is what i've gathered from what i've read. I think ur spending like 1500 extra for the convience of having a drop in. I think i have about the same specs with the exception of 4GB of RAM ( which i think would be a brutly hibernate resume) and it cost me about 1200 not including install parts.
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Thank you! So I assume that Centrafuse will integrate with the radio tuner.
Is the software application for the shutdown controller an independent piece of software or with the built in windows power settings?
Reason I am concerned is because I just received an Azentek Atlas CPC-1000 but it does not come with a front end, much like the Guru.
That is the Azentec model, great Michigan based company. I've had my hand on the Azentec gps mirror also, quite impressive. From the looks of the hardware I see a very well built, stocky unit. Azentek has not pulled them out of production, it's more of an accounting issue, meaning the demand has to be there in order to fund further operations. So if I was not closing on a new house tomorrow i'd snatch one of these up.
Agreed, I was told by Azentek that they had financing set up for production of the Atlas but that fell through once the economy went WAYYY south. Yes I do this this product will reach full production at some point but there is absolutely no knowing when they might be. I just hope that its not to far down the road because then a major redesign will be required because of new hardware.
For anyone who has a Guru..... What front end are you using? I have installed Centrafuse and everything works perfectly with the exception of the radio tuner. I cannot find a pre-installed device that works with this radio. Any suggestions?