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Apparently, Matt Myers wasn't the only one to notice the similarity in size between the Mac mini and a DIN car stereo. Brother-in-A-arms Jalopnik noticed that a New York-based company is already working out plans to use the new Mac mini as an in-car computerā€”an idea that is far from new, but rarely as tailor-made (ignoring the DUN-sized PCs out there that already exist). The commodity nature of the Mac mini may be just what automotive hackers need to come up with a unified set of sensors, software, and hardware to turn road rockets into dork dragsters.

In-car Computing to See Boost from Mini Mac [Jalopnik]