Ever thought of getting your favourite Android in your car? Assisting you with your driving, well a sort of that is now publicly accessible. Clarion, a Japanese manufacturer of car audio, navigation and communication systems, under its Asia arm Clarion Malaysia launched the CLARION AX1 – Android-Based Connected Car Stereo. First of its kind or maybe something which gets public exposure first, Clarion is a completely new experience for technology enthusiasts. With the internet usage gradually rising to a whole new level, this device shall be using WiFi to connect to the world wide web. This shall not only enable web browsing but also enable web streaming services from an Android app. Clarion has also tied up with T-Series which offers unlimited access to a wide range of albums and songs. Adding to this, Clarion has their technology partner has Infogo which is already operating music store apps for the platform offering more than 25 million full licensed DRM free songs to choose from the biggest music labels. Clarion’s AX1 is their first automotive grade product which is tested to be fit under different situations and conditions. It comes with a 6.5-inch TFT LCD display panel and is powered by a 800MHz processor with 1GB RAM. It has built-in voice navigation and 6-channel RCA output. The Clarion AX1 is priced at MOP 55,990 and will be sold exclusively through Supreme Audiotronics Pvt Ltd in India.