The 2010 Volvo XC70 is the first automobile in the industry to get an Internet connected Rear Seat Entertainment System, where the entire system will run on the Windows XP operating system, feature Wi-Fi connectivity as well as a 500GB hard drive for storage space. This would mean you can keep your soon-to-be ex-backseat drivers quiet, as they can now enjoy surfing the Internet while on the road, download applications that allows them to download applications to personalize their Volvo, the ability to download and manage music thanks to a digital touchscreen display. Apart from that, the RSEi-500 also enables customers to hook up their vehicle to their home computer. It will be connected thanks to Sprint’s 4G network known as the Overdrive 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot. [Press Release]
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