Sub-$400 VoomPC X86 Car PC Platform
Ideal for Telematics, Entertainment and General PC Applications
FREMONT, Calif, Jan. 24 2007 - Mini-box.com, a subsidiary of Ituner Networks Corp., today announced it has launched the VoomPC-2T family of low power, high performance car PCs. Based on the small form factor Mini-ITX platform and with an integrated battery management unit, the VoomPC family is ideally suited for navigation, productivity and entertainment with superior audio and video performance. The unit is equipped with an intelligent power supply eliminates battery drain and prevents damage from unwanted power surges, a key requirement for successful car PC designs.
The VoomPC-2 is now shipping, shattering the industry's low cost barrier with the barebones version starting at just $399. The VoomPC-2 is an industry standard X86 computer that runs Linux or Windows, enabling easy integration of non-proprietary telematics and other best of breed applications. Whether for serious applications such as security, rescue or delivery services or as an in-vehicle entertainment device, the VoomPC-2 opens the road for a wide range of peripherals and telematics functions such as GPS navigation, and communication, as well as audio and video applications. READ MORE...
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