Infotainment systems: The next generation

Just thought I share a video about the Parrot ASTEROID Smart, a vehicular infotainment systems device from Parrot, a technology outfit based in Paris, France that makes wireless devices and applications.

The product, which I’ll be more than happy to buy, and the video are cool. And I like stuff with a high coolness factor. The company also makes a tablet called Parrot ASTEROID Tablet.


Parrot Asteroid Smart infotainment systems GPS navigation

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  1. Makes me think of the Monty Python Dead Parrot skit.

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