Its exactly the same.
Mini PC stick, but using windows 10 as OS.
Just a little bit more expensive. But I already have one to try.
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Along the same route but slightly different, instead of a Windows stick PC what about a Pi to play middleman. At $30 it's probably cheaper than the Android stick and could have a lot more flexibility down the road for things like an external hard drive or logic like auto updating playlists when you get home.
Ok never heard of them before (not my cup of tea I guess) but I wouldn't call them "a little bit more expensive" I will call them "WAY MORE EXPENSIVE"
No promise for windows support, but you aren't going to be limited to a tv stick I just though of them due to small size, but in practice you could use an old phone if you want or a tablet, or whatever runs Android, I'm considering making it compatible with 2.3 as well not only 3.0 so the range of device which can serve as a Wifi antenna should be pretty big.
Probably after Android I will consider a Pi Zero W due to the very small size and inexpensive hardware, so Windows probably will need to wait a bit
Not quite. The idea is to us another android device as an auxiliary device fulfilling the role of a proxy/gateway between the car and the phone. To make it work in the ford sync directly we would need to rewrite/change the firmware on the Ford. Maybe ford will provide an update, but that is unknown at the moment. Not even sure if the ford sync is Linux or android based but I will guess the former one.
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