Its not only Samsung, LG and others which have been highlighting their latest gadgets at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014. But this time even German automobile manufacturer Audi has come up with a new Android tablet which the company says is meant for in-car usage.
Audi calls the new 10.2-inch Android tablet as Mobile Audi Smart Display. It features full Android tablet applications. It has a capability to connect to the vehicle via a WiFi interface. The tablet is designed for crash resistance and extreme temperatures.
The Audi Smart Display lets passengers control the radio and access the internet via the car's built-in LTE connection on its 10.2-inch display. The Smart Display uses Nvidia's Tegra T40 processor. It offers Google Play support which means all Android apps are open to the tablet. The front and rear passengers can also use the tablet to control the car's infotainment system.
"Innovation continues to be our guideline at Audi," said Ulrich Hackenberg, Audi's Chief Techical Officer, introducing the broad strategies that Audi-and likely its competitors-will undertake to enhance design, infotainment, and autonomous driving.
So far, the company only disclosed so much of the information about the new tablet. There is no information on the other specs like Android version, RAM, Storage capacity and other. No details on price and availability of the device as well.
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