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February 25, 2011

A 3G-capable, Linux powered computer…in your car’s dashboard?

Filed under: Uncategorized — admin @ 12:15 am

by Brad McCarty, the Next Web

When I got my latest car, the first thing that I did was start thinking about ways that I could geek it up a bit. While the main options that I’ve seen surround using a small form-factor computer installed with a touch screen in place of your radio, this just didn’t seem like the right answer for me. I might have found the right answer in the Navisurfer II. It is a full-blown Linux-based computer, with touchscreen monitor and 3G HSDPA modem all built in. Oh, and as the name implies, it also has a built-in GPS receiver with the Navit navigation system.

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