Renault Concept Car Features the BlackBerry PlayBook

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Ahead of the 64th Frankfurt Motor Show, Renault revealed details of its latest concept car, FRENDZY, and how the BlackBerry PlayBook fits into its design. The FRENDZY was created as a commercial business vehicle that can also serve as a comfortable passenger car. The PlayBook completes this design as it connects directly into the centre console, and gives the driver easy access to the tablet. By the way the lazer beams surround the car and enter PlayBook, the company seems to be suggesting that you’ll be able to control elements of the car with the PlayBook and they’re somehow connected. Perhaps Renault is working with QNX and all of this will be integrated.

Read more about the PlayBook and the Renault concept car in the press release.

  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    Ummm is it just me or is that PlayBook sitting wrong? It’s in portrait mode and has no power or connection through the end that’s docked to the car. This car either is anticipating the future of RIM to have these ports on the side of the device or it will be 100% Bluetooth and wireless charging built in. By the sounds of the article is says it connects to the center console but no mention of how it connects. It always surprises me how they miss the big details.

  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    Ummm is it just me or is that PlayBook sitting wrong? It’s in portrait mode and has no power or connection through the end that’s docked to the car. This car either is anticipating the future of RIM to have these ports on the side of the device or it will be 100% Bluetooth and wireless charging built in. By the sounds of the article is says it connects to the center console but no mention of how it connects. It always surprises me how they miss the big details.

  • http://caspan.com Caspan

    Ummm is it just me or is that PlayBook sitting wrong? It’s in portrait mode and has no power or connection through the end that’s docked to the car. This car either is anticipating the future of RIM to have these ports on the side of the device or it will be 100% Bluetooth and wireless charging built in. By the sounds of the article is says it connects to the center console but no mention of how it connects. It always surprises me how they miss the big details.