Wednesday 10 July 2013

Drive Your Car with Your Smartphone!

Garmin comes with a new device that can project information from the navigation on the windshield of your car with the help of your Smartphone. This so-called Heads-Up Display (HUD) and can connect to iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 devices and displays including the information about the route, distance, speed, time of arrival, speed and even flash delays on the route. The advantage is that according to Garmin 'screen is transparent, so you have better visibility on the road. "HUD redefines the navigation experience by enabling motorists to find without having to keep their eyes off the road," said Dan Bartel Garmin. It sounds good since it is still using your Smartphone via Bluetooth but you may also connect to the audio radio to run the voice prompts through the speakers in your car with any music goes to the background. The heads-up display comes on the market this summer and is expected to cost around 130 Euros. There is also an USB port in the included car charger, which you can use to charge your Smartphone

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