Ca-Fi Reveals 7" Dashlinq Android-Based In-Car NAV System
Yes, Android in a car. Of course, it's using Android 2.3, which is ancient by smartphone standards, but it's still a far more open and flexible car OS than anything else we're seeing shipped from automotive factories themselves. It can act as a GPS navigation system, a media player, and even an Internet portal through 3G or Wi-Fi. The product should arrive early next year for just over 500 Euros, but it's unclear if it'll be sold only as a standalone unit or as a bundled piece from select automakers.