Clarion launches Android-based connected car stereo device

Clarion AX1 Android connected car stereo device is compatible with smartphones and features Wi-Fi connectivity.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 13, 2014 7:55 pm
Clarion AX1 Clarion AX1 Android connected car stereo device is compatible with smartphones and features Wi-Fi connectivity.

Clarion, a Japanese manufacturer of car audio, navigation and communication systems, has launched Clarion AX1, Android-based connected car stereo device. The device is compatible with smartphones and features Wi-Fi connectivity.

Clarion has also tied up with T-series which will give the users unlimited access to a wide range of music albums and songs. Clarion also has their technology partner Infogo which already operates an online music store apps offering users a catalogue of more than 25 million fully licensed, DRM-free songs.

Specs:

  • 6.5-inch WVGA TFT LCD display
  • Capacitive Multi Touch Panel
  • Android Operating System, optimized for automotive
  • 800MHz, 1GB RAM, Full automotive processor
  • Built-in navigation voice guidance
  • 6-channel RCA output
  • Virtual Acoustic Positioning System (VAPS) technology for sound staging and music enhancement (for OEM customers)
  • Built-in 25Wx4ch Digital Amplifier
  • Audio streaming (A2DP & AVRCP)
  • Internal and external microphone support
  • Image viewer (JPEG, PNG, TIFF, BMP)
  • 1080P full HD playback, HDMI video output
  • Rear Camera input

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