Satechi's Soundfly View Bluetooth FM transmitter offers hands-free calling and wirelessly streaming

Satechi's Soundfly View Bluetooth FM transmitter offers hands-free calling and wirelessly streaming
Bluetooth enabled FM transmitters aren’t anything new, seeing that there are plenty of models out there in the world, but Satechi has one that proves to go beyond its rivals with its rich set of offerings.

Satechi announced today the availability of its new Soundfly View Bluetooth FM transmitter, which offers hands-free calling and wireless streaming of music. To make its operation a bit easier than most others, it features a 2.0-inch LCD display and an adjustable neck to make navigating around its interface a bit easier. Essentially, it’s powered and connected via a 5V port, and it’s able to display a trove of information – such as caller ID, last number dialed, phonebook, and song information.

And of course, its built-in FM transmitter allows your connected device to output audio through your car’s speaker. Scared about interference from other things? Well, it also packs 3.5mm input and output jacks to hard-wire the device directly to an auxiliary input. Since it’s equipped with the Bluetooth AVRCP 1.3 profile, it perfectly integrates with apps like Pandora or Spotify, so it can display artist information and the track name directly on the Soundfly View.

Also included with the device, is a fully functional remote and integrated controls to Answer/End Calls, adjust volume, change frequency, Play/Pause, Fast Forward & Rewind, Shuffle/ Repeat or Bookmark favorite songs. If you prefer the hands-free route, its Voice Dial feature will seemingly give you just that – plus, it can even activate SIRI on the iPhone 4S. Currently, the Soundfly View is now available for $79.99 through Satechi’s web site or Amazon.

source: Satechi & Amazon


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