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January 2009

2-year warranty now standard on all In-CarPC's computers

New for 2009, we are now providing a 2-year warranty on all our computers as standard, demonstrating the high level of confidence that we have in the quality of our product. 3-year extended warranties are also available. For more information please see our warranty page. Read more...

November 2008

Mitsubishi offers In-CarPC vehicle computers to UK fleet customers

Mitsubishi UK are now able to provide their specialist fleet customers with vehicle computer systems from In-CarPC, at their Specialist Vehicle Preparation Centre in Gloucestershire. The computers will be built for Mitsubishi on demand to customers’ exact specifications, and will be used for a wide range of tasks, including vehicle tracking, mobile CCTV recording, data capture and internet-based... Read more...

September 2008

In-CarPC exhibits at the 2008 Service Management Expo

We exhibited at the annual Service Management Expo (SME) at the NEC in Birmingham on 16th & 17th September 2008. The SME is the largest dedicated exhibition for the field service industry, an area in which our computers have a particularly high number of potential uses. Our stand included a fully operational demonstration unit featuring 5 different types of touch sensitive display, and demonstration... Read more...

August 2008

In-CarPC installs PCs into Manchester Airport's fleet of passenger buses

Manchester Airport today announced that its fleet of airside passenger buses has been equipped with In-CarPC's Windows XP based automotive computers. For more information on this project please see our case studies page. Read more...

July 2008

Citroen includes In-CarPC computer in special edition C6 Pallas 2008 British Motor Show

Our own stand (see here) was not the only place where our computers could be found at the 2008 British Motor Show. Citroen featured a special edition C6 Pallas on their stand which included one of our computer systems with twin touch sensitive displays mounted in the rear headrests. The system also featured our fingerprint recognition option, with the fingerprint reader trimmed into the rear central... Read more...

July 2008

In-CarPC exhibits at the 2008 British International Motor Show

We exhibited at the 2008 British International Motor Show at ExCel in London. On our stand we had a fully working demonstration system featuring 3 different types of touch sensitive display, and separate demo units of our Mini and Pico systems, the latter of which received much admiration for its incredibly small size. We also displayed numerous pictures of existing installations, which showed how flexible... Read more...

June 2008

In-CarPC demo car featured on Channel Five's The Gadget Show

Our demo car was featured on The Gadget Show, broadcast on Channel Five on 16 June 2008. Presenter Jason Bradbury spent the whole day in our car, using the system to browse the internet, send and receive emails, talk on his phone hands-free, navigate around town and even order a pizza using Skype. Jason loved our system, calling it “absolutely brilliant”, and saying that “for people... Read more...

February 2008

In-CarPC exhibits at the 2008 CAR Expo Show

We exhibited at the 2008 CAR Expo show in Coventry, the annual show for the car audio and electronics industry. Our stand contained our demo car, complete with 4 independent displays, a separate demonstration system featuring a further 3 displays, and a very popular chocolate fountain. Response from visitors to the show was fantastic and we now have a nationwide network of dealers in areas that our... Read more...

November 2007

In-CarPC featured on T3

In-CarPC took their demo car to T3’s headquarters in London, where they filmed a short video of the system’s major features. Click here to watch T3's video online. Read more...

October 2007

In-CarPC featured on Stuff.tv

In-CarPC were featured on popular gadget website Stuff.tv, and the reviewers were clearly impressed by the versatility of their in-vehicle PC system. Click here to read the article. Read more...