Published on October 13th, 20140
Clarion launches its Android-based car stereo system
Launched at a price at Rs 55,990, aims to provide infotainment inside your car and is based on Android 2.3.7.
by Manik Kakra | @Manik_K on Twitter
Clarion, one of the popular car audio companies, has launched the AX1 in the Indian market. This car stereo system is based on Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread, and is aimed at infotainment inside your car.
The system has a 6-inch (800 x 480) LCD capacitive touchscreen (mouth) that supports multi-touch. Under the hood, there is an 800 MHz processor along with 1 GB of RAM. Supporting external and internal microphone support, you can view its contents on another supported device or use it for viewing the other device’s content after paring them together. It can be paired with an Android device, iPhone or iPod or a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone. The device is equipped with Bluetooth, WiFi, miroSD card slot and 6-channel RCA output.
The Japanese company says the device has been tested for ESD tests, transportation, and is certified for in-car use. You can use theAX1 for navigation through the pre-loaded Navteq and iGo apps. They can be updated via downloading latest maps and data on the microSD card inserted in the device.
Users will also get access to a lot of Bollywood as well as international content on Infogo. The AX1 comes in Black colour and is available from Supreme Audiotronics for Rs 55,990.