Bluetooth mobile mates with in-dash navigation

Jan. 8, 2007
Lectronix is teaming up with Parrot to integrate Parrot’s Bluetooth hands free kit into a Lectronix in-dash driver information system for commercial trucking solution.

Lectronix is teaming up with Parrot to integrate Parrot’s Bluetooth hands free kit into a Lectronix in-dash driver information system for commercial trucking solution.

The Lectronix Navion T7000 will now include as a standard element the Parrot Bluetooth hands free solution for Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone integration. This will allow users to make hands-free cell phone calls by wirelessly connecting their Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone to the truck's dash-mounted console and speaker system without any additional wiring.

For more information, go to www.parrot.biz

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