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    New Potato Technologies Tunelink iPhone Bluetooth Auto FM Transmitter

    New Potato Technologies TuneLink Auto device connects through Bluetooth instead of having to connect the FM transmitter into your iPod (or iPhone or iPad). The dongle/cigarette adatper then beams the music via FM transmission to the car’s radio.  You can also connect directly into the FM transmitter using the 3.5mm headphone jack and charge your iPhone by way of the USB port.

    While there is no voice support for the device, the exclusive TuneLink “Share” feature allows multiple users in the same vehicle to share the same TuneLink connection, allowing everyone to participate in sharing their tunes.  An accompanying iPhone app let’s you manage the whole process. The new Potato Technologies TuneLink Auto device runs $99.99.

    David Novak
    David Novak
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