HIPEPC Driv-N - CarPC with Vista and voice

HIPEPC Driv-N - CarPC with Vista and voice news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages.

| Apr 26, 2007 at 8:50 pm CDT

All for tweaking up the stereo in your car? Oh you'll just LOVE this little gem. First discovered at NordicHardware a short time ago, "HIPEPC" have just launched their new Drive-N car PC, designed to be compact enough that it'll fit snuggly into the dash of most vehicles, yet offering a simply awesome array of features. For one, its based around the Windows Vista operating system, and it also boasts voice recognition technology as well.

For more information head over to HIPEPC's website.

HIPEPC is short for High Performance Personal Computer and is a company that specializes in powerful computers in various shapes. Everything from stationary gaming systems to portable power packages. But it also offers something most other system builders haven't thought about, namely cap PCs. Fitting a full scale computer in the car instead of a a simple car stereo has been more and more common and HIPEPC has been quick to adapt to the trend. It has now launched it latest cap PC in the shape of Drive-N and we can see some very interesting features. The hardware can be configured in a number of ways with several different displays, to name on thing.

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