- Feb 27, 2008
Asus and Lamborghini to release iPhone rival
iPod integration has become more and more prevalent in the automotive industry, as automakers offer the compatibility on models ranging from subcompacts up to exotic supercars. But this is taking it a step further: a Lamborghini iPhone.
Reports indicate that Asus, the computer company that has previously partnered with the Audi-controlled exotic carmaker on special-edition laptops, will unveil a Lamborghini-branded PDA phone to rival Apple's iPhone at the CeBit tech show next month in Germany. Little is known at this point, but it is expected to run either the Pro or 6.1 edition of the Windows Mobile operating system and pack WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity, a touch screen and a 520 MHz Qualcomm CPU. One website is already taking pre-orders for £464.13 tax-in ($916), and we'll be sure to keep an eye out for more details and pics after the device is unveiled.