here is what autoweek said about it at the SEMA show and i guess it won the SEMA award for its design
Azentek’s Atlas CPC-1000 is the size of a typical seven-inch navigation screen. It takes up the same in-dash depth as a standard car audio system, too. But packed into that space is a fully functional personal computer; it’s a device that replaces systems for navigation, audio, video, communications and e-mail, with engine- and car-performance monitoring in one compact box. Wowzers. Hook up peripherals like a keyboard and a mouse and you can run an entire office from the driver’s seat. Though most functions are suspended when driving, the Atlas CPC-1000 allows for, among other computing functions, real-time e-mail via voice-recognition software. It can store and run music and movies for the entire car or each passenger separately. The coolest feature: Built-in software to record 0-to-60-mph and quarter-mile times. Atlas, running Microsoft’s next-gen operating system Windows Vista, goes on sale next spring for about $2,000, installed. For more info, go to www.azentek.com.