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Build Your Own Car PC Tutorial: An Introduction - Build Your Own Car PC Tutorial: An Introduction
Wed, December 07 2005 | 10:39PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"For me, a Car PC setup needs to integrate with the car, in a similar manner to an original equipment manufacturer piece of kit. To warrant the label "Car PC" it needs to become part of the car - otherwise it's just a PC! To illustrate my point, if you were to rip out your standard car radio, and replace it with a home separate HiFi system powered by an inverter all set up nicely in your boot (or trunk depending on which side of the world you come from), would you necessarily call it an In-Car Stereo?? So why then are folks sticking full-size PC's in the back of their cars with monstrous inverters and calling them "Car PC's"."
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