Audi displayed a prototype Portable Smart
Display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The Smart Display
Tablet puts a 10.2inch full-HD display encased in brushed aluminium in your
hand. The portable tablet facilitates access to the car’s infotainment system
and navigation system displaying the car’s operating status. The system has an
Android based operating system and is powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 40 processor.
Passengers in the front or rear seats can use the touch-screen to control the
radio, media and navigation systems, and also call up data on the car’s
Passengers can also enjoy access to the
Internet at optimal Long Term Evolution (LTE) speeds – which significantly
outpace more familiar broadband connections - via the Audi connect system.
External headphones can also be connected via Bluetooth or a standard headphone
jack. The Smart Display also supports NFC (near field communication)
technology, making it particularly easy to connect to Bluetooth headphones and
mobile devices in general. Thanks to its integrated camera the Smart Display
can also be used for Skype video calls. The unit’s internal storage serves as
an audio and video jukebox, but the Audi Smart Display can also receive video
from the MMI navigation plus system.
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