This is just a normal pc with an EPIA 800, win2k is the OS.
It looks good to me
From: Anders Holm [mailto:anders.holm at elivefree.net]
Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 1:11 PM
To: Leccardi, Diego
Cc: Smith, Graham - Computing Technician; ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] cars & linux (was several other topics)
The Empeg car stereo seems to have been discontinued, because they
didn't feel that they could compete in the car audio market. Too bad, it
seemed like a nice enough product.. At least according to the site you'd
get to from the article you supplied the link for..
Leccardi, Diego wrote:
>Linux On Board
>>At the back of someone else's crowded booth at LinuxWorld, a British company quietly demonstrates a device that could make a lot of noise: the first commercial MP3 car-stereo-cum-computer.
>>Empeg of Near Wells, England, is showing the Empeg car stereo, capable of storing up to 480 hours of music in MP3 format, or about 7,000 singles.
>>Unlike the Diamond's controversial Rio player, the Empeg car stereo can also surf the Web, send email, and store dates and addresses. Naturally, it runs on Linux.
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