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    iBolt XProDock Infotainment System (video)


    If you’re new car isn’t equipped with an infotainment system, check out the iBolt xProDock Connect for NFC-enabled Phones.  For $39.95, the kit contains everything you need to be able to create your own infotainment system using your smartphone, including the xProDock, ROCK2 Mount, ChargingArm, 6-ft. cable and a Dash Disc. It’s designed to fit most Android phones from a Galaxy S3 to Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or HTC One Max. It’ll even fit most cases like LIfeproof cases and Otterbox Defenders.

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    The vibration-free included ROK II Mount easily attaches to your car’s windshield, and its suction cup with adhesive bottom will make sure it’s stuck in place.  There’s also an alternate mounting option with the iBOLT AMPS plate that can be be screwed into an AMPS solution or used with double-sided tape.

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    The xProDock spins 360-degrees so you can view your phone in horizontal or vertical positions without having to take you phone out of the dock. It also leaves room for your phone’s camera so you can record video while you’re driving. And if your phone uses NFC Technology, the kit’s tag automatically launches the iBOLT Dock’n Drive app (available for free in the Google Playstore), which has large shortcut buttons, access to any music player, and a speedometer/compass right on the home screen.

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    Check out the company video….

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