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I was wondering if anyone is interested in ever having an in car computer for their chrysler. I am currently working with a company right now, and I am trying to get the cost down. I know that if i get more people to see if they are interested then I could get the price down. It comes with a 7" touch screen monitor, power supply made for your car (when the car ignition goes off, the unit will simulate a push of the power swith and instruct the computer to shutdown), four USB ports, media player, capable of playing dvd's, cd's,and mp3's, and it comes with windows application. It also comes with a keyboard with a touch pad. The website shows that it comes with a 40 gb hard drive but they did update it to a 80 GB hard drive. It also comes with 512 ram, and 1 gig proccessor. The price of it is $1800 but I know I get get the price lower then that with more people. So who is interested?

Their website is www.ntrigo-icc.com
 

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im very interested and have been wondering how i can get this mod....howeer i was hoping to be able to somehow use my Nav screen after sending to Dominic as the screen, but dunno if thats possible.
 

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The NAV screen would be too small IMHO for a computer application.. My preference would be to have a larger screen.. I'm sure the NAV mod by DOM can be used for computer output though, if you so desire, if the computer has a Composite video out capability. Many desktop puter video cards are capable of putting out the signal to TVs etc via a RCA connection for Video out.

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AF300C said:
I was wondering if anyone is interested in ever having an in car computer for their chrysler. I am currently working with a company right now, and I am trying to get the cost down. I know that if i get more people to see if they are interested then I could get the price down. It comes with a 7" touch screen monitor, power supply made for your car (when the car ignition goes off, the unit will simulate a push of the power swith and instruct the computer to shutdown), four USB ports, media player, capable of playing dvd's, cd's,and mp3's, and it comes with windows application. It also comes with a keyboard with a touch pad. The website shows that it comes with a 40 gb hard drive but they did update it to a 80 GB hard drive. It also comes with 512 ram, and 1 gig proccessor. The price of it is $1800 but I know I get get the price lower then that with more people. So who is interested?

Their website is www.ntrigo-icc.com
Thanks for looking into this for us, and no offense, but (sans the touch screen feature) my laptop with Windows XP has a larger screen, has more RAM, a larger hard drive, a quicker processor, plays and 'burns' CD's, DVD's, and .mp3's, is more portable/useful, has a 12 volt power adapter, and cost a few hundred less than the proposed $1,8000 for your in-car unit. As far as the simulated on/off feature, it only takes a few seconds to plug-in/unplug the 12 volt power adapter from the vehicle's accessory socket, plus, I don't have to worry about a thief breaking into my car and stealing it...as it's portable. :dunno:
 

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jaydee said:
Eudaman,
The NAV screen would be too small IMHO for a computer application.. My preference would be to have a larger screen.. I'm sure the NAV mod by DOM can be used for computer output though, if you so desire, if the computer has a Composite video out capability. Many desktop puter video cards are capable of putting out the signal to TVs etc via a RCA connection for Video out.

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I will call them to see if they have this feature as an option.
 

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Mr.DJ said:
Thanks for looking into this for us, and no offense, but (sans the touch screen feature) my laptop with Windows XP has a larger screen, has more RAM, a larger hard drive, a quicker processor, plays and 'burns' CD's, DVD's, and .mp3's, is more portable/useful, has a 12 volt power adapter, and cost a few hundred less than the proposed $1,8000 for your in-car unit. As far as the simulated on/off feature, it only takes a few seconds to plug-in/unplug the 12 volt power adapter from the vehicle's accessory socket, plus, I don't have to worry about a thief breaking into my car and stealing it...as it's portable. :dunno:

No offense taken. I am tryin to get the company to work down the price to $1600 maybe even $1500 if more people get interested in the product. :wave:
 
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