FM transmitter with a LCD that shows lots of detail
If you have a car that lacks the integrated Bluetooth streaming that some of the new models have, this new device is an interesting alternative. The device comes from a company called Satechi and it is called the Soundfly View. It supports streaming of music to your car stereo and it is a hands free calling device as well.
The part of the device with the controls and the LCD screen is on the end of a stalk that has the DC plug. That stalk holds the screen up while you drive. The LCD itself is a 2-inch unit that shows caller ID info, last number dialed, and a phone book. The screen shows song information too.
The device will transmit on all frequencies for FM and has RDS system support. It uses Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3. the Soundfly View is also Siri compatible with the iPhone 4S for activating the voice assistant. A full function remote control is insulted and the system is available now for $79.99.
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