It is received a touchscreen with a WVGA decision and works with each Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
What you have to know
- Alpine is introducing a brand new head unit in its Halo line at CES this week.
- The iLX-F411 boasts an 11-inch display — the corporate’s largest but.
- It additionally works with each the Apple and the Android ecosystems.
If you do not have the fanciest automobile however are available in the market for giving it some smarts, you might need heard of Alpine. The corporate makes a spread of in-car infotainment and driving help merchandise. And on the Shopper Electronics Present in Las Vegas this week, the corporate unveiled its latest head unit.
Its largest but, the brand new iLX-F411 is an 11-inch head unit that Alpine says has all of the options of the Halo9 line from earlier than and extra. It retains the identical ‘hovering’ design as the corporate’s earlier head models, that means the system is stationed above a versatile stand that can be utilized to regulate its top, rotation, and tilt. The design additionally permits for the entire thing to be mounted utilizing only one DIN slot, regardless of its bigger measurement.
You may have three customizable house screens and as much as 22 widgets on the pinnacle unit. And it really works with each Apple’s and Google’s ecosystems through CarPlay and Android Auto, respectively. On the Android aspect, the iFX-F411 additionally helps Google Assistant for hands-free navigation.
Whereas the bigger display needs to be a boon for controlling music or checking your texts on the go, the display’s decision is decidedly archaic at 800 x 480 pixels (WVGA). You do, nevertheless, get your selection of media inputs through a USB port, AUX enter, or HDMI. There’s additionally assist for Bluetooth, and you need to use the pinnacle unit to show any entrance or rear cameras mounted on the automobile.
Alpine will begin promoting the iLX-F411 in June of this yr for a value of $1,200.