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New Potato unveils TuneLink Auto for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch


New Potato Technologies has unveiled its new TuneLink Auto for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. TuneLink Auto is an in-car accessory featuring a traditional charging stem with a fast-charging USB port and an auxiliary output for connection to a vehicle’s AUX port. Notably, the TuneLink Auto also features a Bluetooth transceiver and built-in FM transmitter, allowing it to receive streaming auto from any A2DP-capable iOS device, and send the audio to the vehicle’s stereo via direct AUX connection or over FM. The TuneLink Auto hardware is controlled via a free app, and the device also supports automatic switching of incoming calls to an existing hands-free Bluetooth accessory, switching back to audio playback when the call is ended. New Potato’s TuneLink Auto for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch is available now and sells for $100.

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I definitely want one of these… lots of features that are lacking in other products.  But $35 to ship to Canada?  That’s obscene….

Posted by Brian on November 23, 2010 at 12:05 PM (CST)


But the Kensington AssistOne does all of this and more for less money. I’m looking around for accessories and now that I’ve confirmed I can keep my iPhone in the IvySkin Quattro 4 case and put it into the Kensington AssistOne it’s a no-brainer for me that this is the car-kit of choice.

Posted by Melvyn on November 30, 2010 at 3:24 AM (CST)

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