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Motorola’s new In-Vehicle Mobile PC

Submitted by on February 12, 2009 – 10:41 pmNo Comment

motnaviThe Motorola VC6096 WWAN In-Vehicle Mobile Computer looks like a feature-packed hybrid of a netbook and an internet tablet. This could be every geek driver’s ultimate car accessory.
Like your smartphones with a little heft to them? Check out Motorola’s new VC6096, an oversized Windows Mobile 6.1 device for those with inventory (and employees) to track. The 4.85 pound behemoth is intended for dashboards, not Dockers, and features a wealth of connectivity to ensure your workers are never offline, like HSDPA, 802.11a/b/g, and Bluetooth too. It also offers SAE J1708 and J1939 ports for communicating directly with the systems of whatever vehicle you mount it in, and a SiRFstarIII GSC3ef/LP GPS chipset for pinpointing exactly where your last shipment of widgets was delivered. The front sports a 6.5-inch VGA touchscreen and a backlit 65-key keyboard, while inside hides 128MB of RAM plus 256MB of flash for storage and a 624 MHz XScale PXA270 processor, a faster version of the same chip we’ve seen before in other shop-minded portables.
The device is built for heavy duty road trips including – extreme temperatures, crash hazard, mechanical shock, electrostatic discharge, humidity, salt fog, altitude, solar radiation, vibration, and thermal shock.
Price isn’t set, but this could be the must-have gadget for your fleet in ’09.

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