Taipei, Friday, July 25, 2014 04:42 (GMT+8)
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Shuttle shows prototype of XPC-based car information system
Photo: Vyacheslav Sobolev, [Aug 18, 2006]

Small-form-factor (SFF) PC specialist Shuttle demonstrated a prototype of its future XPC-based car information system at the CarTronics show in Taipei (the first CarTronics held independently of Computex).

The prototype adopts AMD's Athlon 64 3700+ CPU and has 1GB of DDR DRAM and a non-standard PSU to support a 12V DC power supply. Its audio subsystem consists of 2 subwoofers, 13 speakers and 4 microphones. User input is via two keyboards, mounted in the driver and front-passenger visors, and one trackball.

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