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HTC details its Car Kit accessory in a new marketing video

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HTC details its Car Kit accessory in a new marketing video
HTC keeps on churning out promo videos of its new accessory range today, and after the HTC Media Link HD next in line is the HTC Car Kit cradle, for about $55, a demo of which you can see below. It automatically fires up the HTC Car app when you put the phone in the dock, calling the fat, easy to view and press icons mode on the screen.

The staples while driving, like navigation or your phone book are taking the centerstage here, and there is a number of easily accessible entertainment options, like the ability to search for music from over 6, 000 streaming music stations in 170 countries.

HTC details its Car Kit accessory in a new marketing video
Besides the Car Kit, HTC also offers the HTC Car Mic boxy thingy, going for around $60, which you can clip to your visor for serving as Bluetooth microphone and speaker, helping you avoid those talk and drive fines. 

HTC details its Car Kit accessory in a new marketing video
Completing the car accessory trio is the cool HTC Car StereoClip, at about $70, which plugs into your standard audio jack to receive music from your phone wirelessly, and pump it out through the car speakers. 

What do you think, any of those tickle your fancy?


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posted on 08 May 2012, 12:30

1. nb2six (Posts: 298; Member since: 27 Apr 2011)


The StereoClip would come in handy quite often instead of dealing with auxillary cables all over the place.

posted on 08 May 2012, 12:53

2. TrainFromUkraine (Posts: 63; Member since: 26 Mar 2012)


Looks like the stereo clip requires micro USB for power so you'll still end up with a cable running into your stereo.

posted on 08 May 2012, 13:01

3. gwuhua1984 (Posts: 1237; Member since: 06 Mar 2012)


It probably has an internal battery, so you'll need to run a cable when you charge it but not when it's charged.

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