The next-gen of Android based aftermarket in-car infotainment systems
The announced change in the car audio industry has come to hand as expected. Today the modern car is equipped with a up-to-date infotainment system. Devices for communication, navigation, entertainment maintenance and safety become a physical unit and is integrated in the middle of car dashboards.
As one of the earliest android based in-car infotainment system makers, Innotrends has been focusing on latest technology standards since the beginning and continuously provides its CA-FI headunits for aftermarket which meet consumers’ demands. In order to provide a optimized in-car experience the R&D team of CA-FI has spent the past 2013 developing the Dashlinq4.
Dashlinq4 is the new line of car infotainment that follows the spirit of CA-FI. Based on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), equipped with Cortex A9 Dual core 1GHz, 1GB RAM, 4 GB internal memory, ultra-sensitive 7” and 8” automotive-grade capacitive touch panels and featured with safe drive mode (SDM), RDS, portable USB supported hard disks and Bluetooth supported OBDII* interfaces.
Another surprise: The dashlinq4 comes without any DVD or CD player. Instead of the optical drive the consumer will find a larger screen which makes the access and operation easier and keeps the safety at the high level. With this change Innotrends becomes the first aftermarket car infotainment maker who renounced the optical drives and keeps the original look of the car interior.
The Dashlinq4 line with WLAN starts with a retail price of US$499.
For more information, please visit http://www.ca-fi.com.
*OBD-II (On-board diagnostics) provides access to data from the engine control unit (ECU) and offers a valuable source of information when troubleshooting problems inside a vehicle.
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