If you think buying an infotainment system for your car is more likely to happen than buying most powerful car in the world, you should check out the new Ca-Fi 621000 in-car infotainment system. The system is an upgraded version of Innotrends’ Ca-Fi 620800 Universal double DIN in-car infotainment system launched in the fall of 2011.
The new Ca-Fi 621000 Universal comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and a 1.0 GHz processor coupled with 512 MB of RAM. Currently Ca-Fi products on the market run on Android 2.2 with an 800 MHz processor supported by 256MB of RAM. Hands-on testing feels much faster than the hardware indicates and is a big improvement over what is available in the market.
Also, the resistive display of the existing system has been replaced by capacitive touchscreen. Then there’s improved graphical user interface and OBD2 connectivity, along with the pre-loaded Torque app for keeping tabs on your vehicle’s health. You also have the usual functionalities such as DVD/CD, GPS, hands free calling, music streaming, internet connectivity, rearview camera, steering wheel controls along other AV input/output expandability.
So, if your car has a double-DIN slot, Ca-Fi 621000 Android infotainment unit will be available for $999 at the end of August.