It could be worth considering a cheap Android tablet (e.g. 7" for as little as £20) as some of these these have all the hardware you need and a good selection of software apps at a lower price than you could do with a Pi and accessories.maddoggmike wrote:Hey All,
I have a newb question well more like advice. i have been looking at the Pi for some time and thought i might serve a purpose in a car project i have been working on.
The goal is to have a computer in the car that will replace the current radio, IPOD, Laptop and GPS and merge into one device.
What i need:
Run C-Com(see below system requirements)
If anyone can tell me if this is possible i would greatly appreciate it.
● PC: 80386 or higher CPU ● Operating System: Microsoft® Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP ● Graphics: VGA * RAM: 2MB minimum ● Hard Disk: 1 MB minimum ● RS-232: A free COM port (#1,2,3 or 4 without conflicting interrupts) is required. If your PC does not have a serial port connection you must use a USB to serial port adapter that is included with your XFI system
No model of RPi has a cpu that matches that specification.PC: 80386 or higher CPU
Microsoft no longer supply or support most, if not all, of the Operating Systems listed.Operating System: Microsoft® Windows 95/98/NT/ME/2000/XP