“The multimedia car PC, which is built utilizing AOpen’s mini PC architecture and Mobile on Desktop (MoDT) technology, is powered by an Intel Socket 479 Celeron M360 processor. Its Intel 915 chipset also delivers Intel GMA 900 graphics with support for DirectX 9 and DVD, said sources at AOpen. The system’s operating power consumption is 65 watts, they added.”
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DigiTimes reveals the stats behind AOpen’s Multimedia Car. Going far beyond the small DVD players you can find for sale, this is a full multimedia PC. Your next car may be a Mitsubishi.