Parrot introduces three Bluetooth car kits at CES

Parrot introduces three Bluetooth car kits at CES

Parrot has announced its three new Bluetooth car kits at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas – the  Rhythm N' Blue, the 3400 LS-GPS and the 3200 LS-COLOR


Rhythm N' Blue: the industry's first car stereo that allows users to make hands-free phone calls with most of the Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones available on the market through voice-recognition technology. It features:

  • CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3 formats
  • AM/FM RDS tuner with a capacity for 30 preset stations
  • detachable anti-theft faceplate with telephone keypad
  • 4 x 45 watt internal amplifier


3400 LS-GPS: a Bluetooth car kit that enables a full navigation system by integrating a hands-free kit with a color LCD screen and GPS antenna when used together with a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or a PDA with mapping software. The device is compatible with most navigation software. The main features are:

  • Display of GPS monitoring messages
  • Adjustable, high resolution LCD with color display of phonebook and call list
  • Caller ID with ‘send' and ‘store' photo identification option
  • Voice recognition speed dialing of up to 150 names
  • Audio routing through vehicle's speakers


3200 LS-COLOR: a Bluetooth car kit, combining hands-free phone function with an easy-to-read color LCD display. It is compatible with most of the Bluetooth-enabled phones regardless of carrier or manufacturer. It features

  • 64mm x 58mm x 20mm dash-mounted color LCD screen
  • Caller ID, and display of recent calls
  • Voice command for speed-dialing and other functions
  • Audio through vehicle speakers automatically mutes the radio or CD player
  • Recognizes up to 5 different mobile phones
  • Available in seven languages


Source: Parrot



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