Looks interesting. Priced like a higher-end car radio, but is a tablet.
If you have the money and the skills needed to install it - I say go ahead. And post some photos of the install.
Make sure the kit doesn't require any wires to be cut. Best would be if it used the existing connectors. Slightly less-best would be that it needs a tap into a few wires in addition to a connector.
Everything went well and the unit works exactly as described.
I ran the GPS antenna and female USB ports the glove box as a temporary place until I decide where I want them, but even in the glove box the GPS has good signal.
The backlighting on the radio is pretty awesome because it is fine tunable and I can get it pretty close to the same color as the factory button illumination. After all one of the selling points of this unit to me was the fact that it looks much more stock than the double din units I've seen.
The physical fitment is spot on and I I had no issues in that department. It sits flush and lines up perfect.
The user interface is pretty intuitive and easy to use since it has the latest version of android.
I also bypassed the dvd safety feature so that the wife can watch movies on the long trips.
The wiring that was included with the unit appeared to be plug and play. When I hooked it up with the supplied harness, everything worked except I had no sound.
Upon further research I found a harness tyto-01, that allows for a aftermarket stereo to be hooked up to our factory amps.
Using this harness all that was needed was splicing in the key-on power, constant power, amp power signal wire, and the illumination wire for the aftermarket stereo. Pretty simple with once I found the right pieces.
There are more pics and info in my post on another forum
I wanted to ask if you installed a rear camera with the new headunit. If so, can you provide some pics of the camera, how it looks on the headunit when in reverse and the type of camera (wired/wireless) installed. I am really interested in installing this as a substitute to the OEM navigation unit.
Also, can you use Waze/Google maps with the gps antenna or is wireless internet access required? Thanks for sharing this with the forum!