Clarion has rolled out its ClarionMiND at the ongoing Intel Developer Forum (IDF), bringing a portable GPS navigation system that is powered by Linux and boasts full Internet connectivity as well. It will share many features as found on current GPS systems, including a 4.8″ 800 x 480 resolution touch screen display, audio and video playback in addition to Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free conversations while you’re on the road. This is one Internet-savvy GPS system, featuring viewers for YouTube, Google Maps, MySpace, and weather. Other specifications are :-
- Intel Atom processor
- 512MB RAM
- 4GB internal memory
- Two USB 2.0 ports
- SD memory card slot
Sounds like a pretty comprehensive in-car device to have. No idea on pricing, but it will ship sometime in Q4 this year.
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