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    OK, cool. I got the standard. it plays ogg!
    sweet! I had the lite version before as I dont want more crap than I really need to, but it didnt play it.
    thanks XBoy.

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    Kane, this might sound dumb but you should add an MP3 adapter or any otther audio adapters (so 3rd party audio can be played so if your friend has an mp3 player it can play straight from the player...) my friend did this in his car its pretyt nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by kane2g
    OK, cool. I got the standard. it plays ogg!
    sweet! I had the lite version before as I dont want more crap than I really need to, but it didnt play it.
    thanks XBoy.
    Anytime man. :cool:
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    Quote Originally Posted by t00lb0x
    Kane, this might sound dumb but you should add an MP3 adapter or any otther audio adapters (so 3rd party audio can be played so if your friend has an mp3 player it can play straight from the player...) my friend did this in his car its pretyt nice
    what do you mean?
    like MP3 capable indash unit?
    if someone has some mp3's I can just get them through wireless network, all while sitting in the comfort of my driver's seat! :D

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    Yes an indashboard reader b/c what happens if your driving...and it would just look ****ing sweeet to put in a memory chip and be like play bish and it plays :P
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    thats why Im thinking about putting in 2 USB ports and use a thumbdrive. I dont really have or use any memory cards.

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    ok 2 USB ports would do :-D please when you finish snap the **** outta the dashboard to show us!
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    the thing will be hidden, so snapping pictures will be done before the LCD goes in. Cuz after its in all you are going to see is a Wireless lan and GPS receiver on dash, LCD, two USB ports and the touchpad, I dunno about the keyboard, I think I'll just put it int the back pocket of passanger seat or something.

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    So how are ya mountin' it to avoid the vibrations inherrant to the automobile or are ya just goin' to trust ya luck? :?:

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    if you are reffering to the harddrive, yeah, but its going to be vertically. as far as the luck goes. well, Ive seen whloe bunch of people in UK, aussie and US that did it and no problems with the drives, so i guess if all of them are that lucky, I will try to join them.
    But I do have plans of using a laptop drive down the road, which should be able to take a lot more abuse.

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