Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Motorola TK30 Music and Hands-Free Pro-Install Car Kit

After a long time away, Motorola launch themselves back into the Hands Free Car Kit market with the first in a series of new multimedia Bluetooth kits.

The kit supports 3 methods of physical connection of music sources an iPod/iPhone connector, a USB socket for memory keys and a 3.5mm jack plug for analogue music sources.

Wireless streaming of music from A2DP equipped Bluetooth devices is also supported so you can play music from your phone with it in your pocket or locked in the glove-box on charge.

It features phone book sync with your mobile and voice dialling and voice prompts should mean you can take and make calls safely without taking your eyes off the road.

We've seen kits offering these features from Nokia and Parrot, but the Moto TK30 has 2 (as yet) unique advantages.

1. 4x 15watt per channel amplifier built in to the kit
2. Multipoint connectivity (allows 2 Bluetooth devices to connect simultaneously)
3. It warns you if you get in OR out of your car without your phone (nice touch :)

The kit should hit these shores mid April, prices yet to be confirmed although rumour has it that its going to give Parrot, Nokia and THB a run for their money.

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