June 2018 GROM Audio News: VLine VL2 is shipping! VLine VL1 is phasing out. Dashlinq 4.0 is available at Google Play, Harmony in East Asian Music, Special Offer.
VLine VL2 is shipping now! For those who have pre-order on VL2, please expect to receive tracking information shortly. Check out latest demo videos, revamped Dashlinq Android App, East Asian Music Blog and playlist, and recent car tech news.
VLine VL2 is shipping now!
We are happy to announce that VLine VL2 is currently shipping. For all pre-orders, please expect to receive tracking information shortly. VLine VL2 offers 3GB of RAM, faster CPU and improved specs for fast boot time and operating speed.
Connectivity options for VLine - mobile hotspot or phone tethering
VLine works the best when connected to the internet. There are two options available for the internet connectivity of VLine:
most convenient and easy way to get the internet to your vehicle and
VLine is via mobile hotspot. Carriers offer different options for the
connectivity on the go, that start as low as $10 per month. Check with
your carrier or get the G-Connect USB modem that is compatible with T-Mobile.
Phone Internet Tethering
You can also tether internet from your phone to VLine. Note that not all phones or carriers support internet tethering. See demo video below:
VLine VL1 is on sale until July 15th
Our dearest VLine VL1 (first generation) will be discontinued on July 15th and fully replaced by VLine VL2. It is currently on sale at $435.95 special pricing. Available for select Lexus and Nissan/Infiniti vehicles. Get it while it lasts.
All support and warranty for VLine VL1 stays the same.
Dashlinq Android App got a revamp
Complete redesign of look and layout. You are welcome to try latest version of Dashlinq Android Dashboard App 4.0, available at Google Play.
- New more ergonomic UI
- Simpler, faster operations, smooth graphics
- All plugins redesigned, standardized interface
- Offline playback support for Spotify
- More itemized permissions
Autotech News - Autonomous Driving, Ridesharing, Waze in Ford
MIT has released MapLite, an autonomous car solution that
doesn't require mapping tech to ensure the car drives straight.
Meanwhile, Ford is partnering with Waze to offers its app in Ford
infotainment systems, and Lyft is testing $200 monthly
From the Chinese idea of music imparting harmony in society to
the Mongolian sense of identity through their guttural melodies and to
the chants of Japanese Buddhism, East Asian express identity through
music and helps weave a tapestry of what how each nation derives meaning