Fujitsu's prototype automotive voice command system is just like Knight Rider, with slightly more directions to restaurants and slightly less duffing up baddies.
The 1980s promised us many things, and key amongst them was a future filled with talking cars. And while many cars today can ask us "What temperature?" or "Track number, please", none can hold a candle to Knight Industries Two Thousand (KITT), from the 1982 TV series Knight Rider.
RadioShack announced as exclusive retail destination for Knight Rider GPS by Mio, featuring distinctive voice of KITT.
Mio Technology will release a Knight Rider-themed portable navigation system featuring the voice of KITT.
CNET looks at three GPS devices that accept voice commands.
RC version is faithful to the original.
KITT replica for bid on eBay
It might not exactly be KITT from Knight Rider, but the new high-tech police car on display in Melbourne will make the GPS devices and Bluetooth adapters proliferating in consumer automobiles look positively humble.
Coming up fast behind the Samsung Galaxy Gear watch that talks to your phone is the Nissan Nismo -- a smart watch for your car.
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