The 2013 BMW 750Li does double-duty as a freeway cruiser and a getaway car, whether you drive it yourself or hire a chauffeur. A wide array of connected features add new capabilities to the already first-rate navigation and stereo systems.
This futuristic data-transfer system sees an LED bulb flickering millions of times per second, transferring data using light instead of radio waves. We explain how in this video
Pure LiFi's system sends data wirelessly using light rather than radio waves, with a 'Li-Flame' prototype that knows which light source it's supposed to be receiving data from.
Which of these flagship sedans really rolls CNET-style with the best tech?
Is the BMW 750Li or the Lexus LS 460 F Sport the ultimate big CNET sedan? You're obsessing about the wrong thing in your engine, and Top 5 ways "The Man" is deciding what technology is in your car.
In this episode, we find out if the BMW 750Li or Lexus LS 460 F Sport are more CNET-style, why you may be obsessing about the wrong thing about your engine, and the Top 5 ways The Man decides what technology is in your car.
Bigger tech, smaller footprint in the BMW that says "I'm da' man."
BMW gives its big, 7-series luxury cruiser apps in its BMW Online service and social media integration with the smartphone-based ConnectedDrive service.
The ZT Affinity 7288Li offers nothing to set it apart from the competition. Its Intel Core i3 processor and 500GB of memory are both subpar components for its price, especially compared with $100 cheaper Gateway's DX4831-01e. We recommend staying away from this desktop.
The 2009 BMW 750Li delivers impressive tech features on all fronts, helping justify its high price. It offers the best cabin tech package among its competitors.
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