Heh, maybe in the future these things will be a little more powerful, and we can game while stuck in bumper to bumper traffic. Still, a unit like this has a lot of potential, the abilities are endless when you have an open source device.
This is awesome, I've been waiting for something like Android or Linux to pop in car systems, I don't understand why the price point is so while only running Android 2.3?
I can see the screen and other car specific components raising the price, but with the price of hardware in phones, something similar should be able to found to be implemented in to a car's Nav/Stereo system for a reasonable price.
On the same note since this is sort of a first of it's kind device, they may not want to invest that much into it because a car stereo won't be used for the same applications as a phone would and it might be an experimental product to see how people respond so they don't want to put to much money behind it if it isn't succesful
I could see this causing more accidents from distractions on the screen and at the same time it could makes hand free calling and integration more streamlined so could potentially result in minimized distractions and less accidents at the same time
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