DLO has introduced an updated version of its TuneStik FM Transmitter for iPod. The TuneStik consists of a FM transmitter that connects to the iPod’s Dock Connector, and a RF remote control designed to clip onto a car’s steering wheel. The updated version of TuneStik offers a display on the remote control that allows users to see and change FM frequencies more easily. In addition, the TuneStik also features a pass-through Dock Connector on the bottom of the FM transmitter to allow for connection of other iPod accessories. “With the new and improved TuneStik, we’ve taken an incredibly unique product and made it even better, ” said Andrew Green, vice president of marketing at DLO. “TuneStik gives you both a wireless FM transmitter as well as an RF remote control. And the added display screen enables users to change frequencies without taking their hands off the wheel.” The updated DLO TuneStik with remote is available now and sells for $60.
Charles Starrett was a senior editor at iLounge. He's been covering the iPod, iPhone, and iPad since their inception. He has written numerous articles and reviews, and his work has been featured in multiple publications.