so infill and streetdeck have partnered together it seems.
The Infill Double Din Car Computer preloaded with StreetDeck has been added to the store.
Units will ship approximately July 3rd, 2006
Please post additional questions here and the store description will be modified.
Any chance this thing will get the transreflective upgrade any time soon? :-O
It sounds like it is just a VIA Epia M10000 built into a standard Double-Din size case.
Here's my setup, check it out.
Its not a an EPIA 10K, it uses the same primary processor, but thats about it. The motherboard is custom just for this unit. Maxan, Infill's parent company, makes embedded motherboards and they engineered the motherboard just for this unit. There are no standard computer ports, except for usb on the back, instead there are standard car ports so it can hook directly up to your cars audio system and power system. This whole system is designed from the ground up to be the perfect carputer system.Originally Posted by 2 STanGeR
Some of the highlights that really make this system go above and beyond everything thats been sold as a double din computer prior to this and make it as easy to install as a head unit:
- Built In 44w amp that hooks directly up to your car's speakers
- Built in Car Certified AM/FM radio w/ standard car antenna hookup(No RDS)
- Built In TV Tuner with Diversity Antenna hookup
- Built In DVD drive
- Built In GPS w/ external antenna
- Built In WiFi w/ external antenna
- Power's off into standby by default, goes to hibernate after 48 hours or low battery detection. Resumes in under 5 seconds!
- Everything is manufactured to fit perfectly inside a double din space
- Media control buttons and secondary touch / status panel on the front
- Built in IR remote control
- There is a small optional wireless keyboard that uses the same built in IR reciever as the remote
The only reason why StreetDeck would be slow is if you don't use a 3D card. If you do use a 3D card, StreetDeck will run faster because it doesn't have to tie up the main processer doing rendering.Originally Posted by 0l33l
StreetDeck will run fine on a M10K if you don't increase the framerate, but the Infill unit has an even better video card with better 3D capabilities in it so it performs better then the M10K.
On the MP3 site it says the unit needs an optional DVD player but in the above quote you say built in DVD drive??? I'm confused more than usual. Your quote above seems to refer to a system other than the Infill unit that is listed? Help me out because I'm really interested in the system you describe above.Originally Posted by god_of_cpu