Accessories manufacturer VAIS Technology is looking to piquancy adult a marketplace for in-car media interfaces by transforming your Android phone into an all-purpose vehicular party system. VAIS specializes in integrating inclination into in-car navigation systems. The company’s latest product is called iVIC (in-Vehicle Infotainment Center) for Android and it’s concordant with many Toyota and Lexus models from 2006 onward. The iVIC complement now supports a DROID Bionic, DROID RAZR/MAXX, Galaxy Note, Galaxy S III and a EVO 4G LTE, and it allows users to bond their Android phones directly into their in-car displays.
Using HDMI output, a iVIC complement is means to counterpart a concordant Android smartphone’s display, extenuation entrance to probably any app from a car’s navigation system. Whether we are looking to call a friend, get directions or play a diversion of Angry Birds (not while pushing of course), it can all be finished by a navigation screen. The resolution even allows users to control their Android inclination regulating a car’s touchscreen so we don’t have to fail with your phone.
Turning your automobile into a mobile party complement doesn’t come cheap, however — a iVIC for Android pack is being offering for $649. A video proof of a complement follows below.
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