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The dock, which sits above the iBeetle's in-dash display, provides users with access to host of the iPhone 5's functions, including navigation, hands-free calling and media streaming.
As a result, drivers can benefit from the GROM-USB2P Car Kit which will deliver full control over media files from car stereo or steering wheel buttons, higher sound quality, and Bluetooth technology for in-car hands-free calling and wireless audio for factory stereos in 2002-2005 models.
A microphone with advanced noise-cancellation is also built-in for hands-free calling.
Ford's Focus compact and Fiesta subcompact will feature hands-free calling and navigation and the so-called SYNC system that lets drivers load music onto an in-dash hard drive.
Input for a route or hands-free calling is via the user's natural voice.
In the low-lying country with more peddle bikes than its 16 million inhabitants, the plan was dreamed up by Bernard Uyttendaele, Orange's Dutch chief financial officer who thought it unfair that only car owners are offered hands-free calling kits.
The new TomTom VIA navigation devices, previously announced at the Consumer Electronics Show, offer consumers a powerful navigation experience with a sleek new design, an enhanced software platform, and premium safety-enhancing features such as Intuitive Voice Recognition and Bluetooth[R] Hands-Free Calling.
When used with a smartphone, a built-in microphone also gives the BlueBar the capability of turning regular headphones or earbuds into hands-free calling devices.