LAS VEGAS -- On the heels of the Open Auto Alliance announcement at CES 2014, Audi showed off its first use of Google's Android OS, the Audi Smart Display, a tablet integrated with Audi's in-vehicle infotainment system.
The tablet runs Android and uses an Nvidia Tegra 40 chip designed for automotive applications. The aluminum case and 10-inch screen are designed for use and storage in the car.
This tablet provides a clue as to how Audi's participation in the Open Auto Alliance will help it integrate Android devices.
Passengers in an Audi vehicle can use the tablet … Read more