Belkin TuneBase FM With Hands-Free Review

Posted: Aug 6 2009, 8:34am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:40pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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Today I am checking out the Belkin TuneBase FM with Hands-Free. The device is an FM transmitter for the iPhone and all iPods. The MSRP when the TuneBase FM ships will be $89.99.

The device holds the iPhone in any position you want thanks to an articulating arm. The device also sends call audio to your car stereo to allow you to use the iPhone hands free. The iPhone mic still pics up your voice though.

Review Excerpt: "If your car is like mine you probably don’t have an auxiliary input for your iPhone to play music over the car stereo and you may not have a place to sit the phone when you drive either. Today I am looking at the Belkin TuneBase FM with Hands-Free. If you are looking for a solution to several needs with your iPhone or iPod, the TuneBase may be exactly what you need." Read the full Belkin TuneBase FM with Hands-Free review here.

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