In-Car PC puts RAM on the road

Despite our best efforts and having written off the Stuff pool car, we still haven't mastered the use of a PC at the wheel. Still, there has to be som

Despite our best efforts and having written off the Stuff pool car, we still haven't mastered the use of a PC at the wheel. Still, there has to be some way of using the precious downtime spent cruising to the all-night garage for more crisps – and now we've found it.The chaps at In-Car PC have just launched their second generation of fully loaded machines complete with voice recognition gubbins for taking down dictation. Heck it'll even read out your emails as you wait in line at the drive-through.But it’s more than just a glorified PA. With XP or Vista on-board, it'll also spin your MP3s, screen a DVD and, by linking up to your mobile, pause the action automatically while you take a call – handsfree, of course.Built to order in Bristol, the versatile system can be specced up to the hilt with HSDPA or Wi-Fi web access, GPS for sat-nav, and even a printer and scanner. Why pay and display when you can reel off convincing copies yourself? The opportunities are endless.And while you're at it, why settle for one display? Go mad and install screens in the sun visor and each headrest – all with independent functionality. Take that Microsoft PC car.EssentialsIn-Car PCPrice: from £2100On sale: NowContact: In-Car PCRelated stories:Microsoft hearts the Fiat 500Stick a Shuttle in your motorEverything Syncs with Ford