We’ve previously covered the Parrot ASTEROID Android car receiver when it was introduced at CES this year, and now it looks like there’s a new kid on the block. Innotrends, a Hong Kong-based company, has collaborated with some hardware and software developers to come up with its own entry in the relatively new Android car receiver market.
The company has just announced the Ca-Fi: a 2-DIN Car infotainment system that runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and is powered by a 1.2GHz processor. It packs a 3G modem for web surfing, memory for storage of apps (i.e. fuel consumption monitoring, navigation, etc), Bluetooth support for hands-free calling, music streaming and compatibility with steering wheel controls. It also packs a 6.2″ touchscreen LCD with a resolution of 800 x 480, which should double up as a decent screen for watching movies or GPS navigation. The Ca-Fi also packs USB ports, a DVD player, two slots for MicroSD cards and audio output connections.
No word on pricing, but it is expected to hit Europe in Spring 2012. Find out more.
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