By Nick Aziz
Tuesday, Feb 21st, 2006 @ 1:18 pm
A Mac user has managed to install a Mac mini in his Toyota Prius, and connect it to the car's built in display. The Mac mini has been a popular add-on for car customizers, because of its compact size and quiet operation. Moreover, Apple's Front Row multimedia software (shown right) makes selecting video, music, or photo content very easy -- especially in a car. The user configured the car's touch-screen to emulate the Front Row remote control, with various sections of the screen corresponding to up, down, menu, play, and so on. See a video after the jump. Some other recent Mac-in-car installations include:

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