TomTom Hands-Free Car Kit


TomTom, the maker of finest sat navs for cars, is introducing a new accessories for smartphone owners: a new Hands-Free Car Kit.

he new Car Kit features an advanced noise and echocancellation system, which dramatically reduces background noise for the caller and removes ambient noise for the driver. New mounting options make smartphone use on the move safer and more convenient.  The newly designed Car Kit has an adjustable grip to fit any smartphone with or without its cover.  An extendable microphone can be clipped to the sun visor to ensure conversations are louder and clearer.

The new product is on the line with TomTom’s strategy to make safer and easy to use in-car gear. It comes in two iPhone and micro USB modes.The kit is priced at just under 80 GBP.

Hands Free Car Kit TomTom Hands Free Car Kit

“The new Car Kit has been designed for safety and convenience,” said Corinne Vigreux, Managing Director at TomTom. “With fantastic audio quality and new mounting options, we are making it easier and safer for drivers to make calls and use navigation applications on the move.  With advanced new features, our aim is to help drivers keep their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road.”

The TomTom Hands Free Car Kit comes in two versions to support iPhone and micro USB compatible smartphones such as Android phones.  Two iPhones and/or smartphones can automatically pair simultaneously.  When connected via Bluetooth®, voice recognition functionality can be activated – enabling drivers to navigate and dial without taking their hands off the wheel.

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