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The CNETs take a ride down to Paly to check out VW's secret underground laboratory. And what do they find? Gypsy, a wacky snickerdoodle of an interface system that'll run your iPod, answer your e-mail and even turn off your iron. Well, probably not our iron. Ours dates back to the early 1970s, and our ironing board back to the 1920s. We suppose we're the unlucky sumbitches that'll have to wait for advances in force-field technology to fully make use of Gypsy. [Switch to Dio-Tone vocal program] Of the Gypsy Queeaann!

A dashboard that is really a PC [CNET]

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