Tag Archives: Radio

[Review] Convert After Market Radio to CarPuter

Sean Clark from mp3Car gets a preview of the Directus telematics box. This box will overtake your after-market OR OEM radio’s nav port and give it a new UI that will extend your basic Nav’s functionality. By using this box you actually get to read your SD card, browse the file system, play all kinds of files, see your backup camera, use radar, USB and tons of other accessories that your normal radio would not know how to work with.

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Double DIN CarPuter Barebone (Intel, Radio, Bluetooth, DVD)

Double DIN CarPuter Barebone (Intel, Radio, Bluetooth, DVD)

The Double DIN CarPuter (Car Computer) Barebone CTFDINPC-2 (Intel Mobile M 1.5Ghz, 1GB RAM, AM/FM Radio, Bluetooth, DVD) from CarTFT is now equipped with a Slot-In CD/DVD drive.

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Wireless RF Keyboard with Mouse Stick (Radio, 10m range)

Wireless RF Keyboard with Mouse Stick (Radio, 10m range)

Compact wireless keyboard, 10 meters operation range, Slim design, a thumbstick and 2 standard mouse buttons. Besides the mouse stick there is a touch sensor for scrolling functionality. Space-saving, center positioned Mouse Track and Touch Scrolling Function.

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New 1 DIN-Slot 7″ VGA Touchscreen TFT Display with Radio

New 1 DIN-Slot 7″ VGA Touchscreen TFT Display with Radio

The fully motorized 7“ touchscreen display enables comfortable control. Directly at the front, behind a cover, there is an USB connector, a CompactFlash/SD-card reader and earphone connector. These connectors are “looped through” to the device rear side where you can connect them to your PC. You also will find a microphone directly beeing integrated in the display front part. The integrated AM/FM radio can be used while PC is turned off and the 4×45 amplifier lets you connect your car speakers to the device.

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CarPuter FrontEnd Software

CarPuter FrontEnd Software

When it comes to carputer software, there are a few front-ends to choose from but the two best choices are Centrafuse and Ride Runner. Both front-ends are updated and actively developed and have an abundance of plug-ins, tweaks and features.

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