I hope this is the right place to ask this question. I see in the store you have the Infill T3 with Streetdeck for 1999.00, the deck without for 1299.00, and Streetdeck for 299.00. Whats the difference in buying the 2 separately and loading the software yourself vs buying the unit preinstalled, besides the 400 bucks or so?
If I get the T3 hardware only. What do I need to get it running?
A copy of Windows XP?
Where are the drivers?
Does it come with Infill software?
And then can I purchase Streetdeck for it? $199?
I live in New Zealand obviously Streetdeck doesn't have Maps for NZ, can I load in another GPS software with NZ maps and use it?
Its a regular computer. You can load windows XP or whatever software you want onto it.
The propietary hardware like the radio, TV tuner, parking brake, and reverse sensor will only work through StreetDeck. You can purchase StreetDeck separately and use the T3 install option and it should work just like if you bought it bundled.
You can install any other navigation onto it and the GPS should work on it if it can use a 9600 baud GPS.
Cool, Can I remap the Navigation button on Streetdeck to launch other GPS software for NZ, as obviously streetdeck doesn't support NZ Maps?
Also I have a Nokia Bluetooth carkit installed, would the carstereo mute work with the T3?
I have a Subaru Legacy B4 1999, I presume it would fit in the dash, I have a double DIN available, but a bit concerned about the climate control knob being in the way.. have included a pic below..
You can launch any application as an external application. You just have to drag and drop a shortcut onto streetdeck to create a link to that external application, then press and hold the link created in streetdeck to set a preset for it. Once you have that preset, you can launch it from any event in StreetDeck, this includes mapping a skin button to it, a gesture, a keyboard event, etc.
If you launch another GPS application, you will have to run with -testmode so StreetDeck doesn't go fullscreen when you start moving.