Sure Apple's new iPad Mini might have some shortcomings including its smaller, 7.9-inch non-Retina Display and a steep price tag, but in regards to its footprint, it looks like it could be the perfect fit for automotive applications.
No sooner than it landed on the market, an audio system specialist from Florida named "Soundwaves of Tampa" went ahead to become the first company in the field to install the tablet in a car and specifically, on a 2012 Toyota Corolla sedan.
The tuner fabricated a special console on the dashboard in which users can slide the tablet right inside. The company says it can install the iPad Mini in most cars.
"The cost of install usually starts at about $800 [equal to €625] for most cars (some will be less, some will be more) this price does not include the iPad itself," said the tuner on its YouTube page adding that it will also offer a DIY kit with a universal bezel/mount for those who know what they're doing with their hands and…cables.