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2015 CES: Audi introduces tablets as rear-seat monitors

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Audi today unveiled touchscreen tablets for the new Q7 crossover at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. They are connected to the MMI navigation plus system via WiFi.

Specifically developed for Audi, these Android-powered 10.1” tablets have a 32GB hard drive and can be mounted on the back of the front seats, allowing rear passengers access to the radio, media, navigation and car functions of the Audi Q7. You can also add various apps through the Google Play Store.

Audi has yet to announce pricing for these tablets.