CES 2008: Kensington unveils iPhone-compatible car audio kits
It's all the rage to get the iPhone into your car now, not least because of new laws (at least in the UK) that means you need to go "hands free", and Kensington has shown off its LiquidAUX line of car audio kits which will help you to get the hallowed handset into your auto.
So named as it takes advantage of the auxiliary (AUX) input found on many newer cars, it delivers pure sound from an attached iPod or iPhone.
The unit comes with a remote control which attaches to the vehicle's steering wheel and allows for easy and safer control of the iPhone's features.
Additionally, the unit will charge the iPhone while it's in use, in situ.
Five products are available. The standard (K33429US) model costs US$79.99 and offers the wireless remote and smart audio sensor which turns off the device when it's not in use.
The deluxe (K33430US) model costs $99.99 comes with an adjustable cradle for the iPhone.
Finally, the Bluetooth car kit (K33428US) at $99.99 allows for remote answering of calls as well as offering wireless streaming of audio.
A $49.99 car charger (K33433US) is available, plus $79.99 Bluetooth stereo headphones with microphone (K33436US).
They'll be available in the US from March this year.
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