Renault to roll-out in-car tablets
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With the increase in the need of the tablets in the daily life of the consumers the car manufacturer Renault has also cited some use of the tablet in their cars. They have decided to roll out tablets-style PC’s across its car range in 2012.
The France brand’s R-link tablet systems feature a 7inch touch screen display and can be controlled via steering wheel mounted buttons or by a voice recognition system. It will be offered in the all-electric Zeo city cars and the new generation Clio.
The tablets feature applications from its application stores and at the time of the R-Link’s release it will come with more than 50 pre-loaded applications. The system will also be able to download updates for applications on the move or via SD card.
This tablet will allow the drivers as well as the passengers’ access to all the car’s vitals. Control over the stereo systems. It is also expected to come with a Tom Tom powered satnav system with live streaming traffic updates. It also has a readout system that deals with the efficient driving of the car.
Till now, it seems that the R-Link systems will be an added cost option with the European media releasing statement that it will be made available for all forthcoming Renault models at low price.