“Pioneer’s new DEH car sound system allows Bluetooth phone users to have an integrated, interactive office in the go,” Gavin McGrath reports for The Herald Sun.
McGrath reports, “The next step forward in in-car entertainment is the big one: the complete Bluetooth-based all-in-one communications hub, operated by remote control – and you don’t have to own a BMW or Mercedes to have one… ‘What’s so great about this is it can go in any car,’ Pioneer spokesman Michael Broadhurst says.”
“Pioneer’s new DEH car sound system range allows anyone with a Bluetooth telephone to turn their car into an integrated, interactive office. The driver can make or accept phone calls even if they have left the phone in the boot because, once it’s connected, the car stereo becomes the phone. ‘What’s so great about this is it can go in any car,’ Pioneer spokesman Michael Broadhurst says,” McGrath reports.
McGrath reports, “The DEH requires an adapter (also sold by Pioneer) to run an iPod, but Broadhurst says Apple will bring out a Bluetooth adapter that will allow iPods to make a wireless connection, then play directly through the audio system.” [bold emphasis added.]
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “bstoned” for the heads up.]
Pioneer spokesman Michael Broadhurst may be about to get a phone call from Apple CEO Steven Jobs.