How can a dock be intelligent? Anyway, the new iBolt Intelligent Charging Dock has a microUS port built-in along with a nice nine foot cord. The dock also has a removable insert so you can use the dock with or without the case on your phone. I still don’t get what makes it intelligent?! I know someone wasn’t too intelligent when they wrote the PR as the link supposedly for the product details goes to the dock of the HTC One X
iBOLT presents the new Intelligent ChargingDock for Samsung Galaxy S® III, delivering the most comprehensive, in-vehicle hands-free Android driving experience yet.
“In a world that is increasingly hands-free, and where consumers want to listen to their music and the GPS Navigation directions through their car-stereo speakers, we are excited to announce the release of the Intelligent ChargingDock for the Samsung Galaxy S® III and also backwards compatible with the SII”
“In a world that is increasingly hands-free, and where consumers want to listen to their music and the GPS Navigation directions through their car-stereo speakers, we are excited to announce the release of the Intelligent ChargingDock for the Samsung Galaxy S® III and also backwards compatible with the SII,” said Bruce Clark, COO of iBOLT.
The Intelligent ChargingDock includes:
Dock with integrated microUSB arm for audio (AUX) out and charging
Removable insert to accommodate most protective cases
Premium ROK solid suction mount for windshield or dash mounting
9 ft cord for connecting USB power and 3.5 mm Aux to car stereo input
In addition to keeping the phone charged and in a safe, upright position while driving, three unique and innovative features should be highlighted:
1. Horizontal Dock: When inserted into the dock, the S Voice car mode and horizontal icon mode setting are automatically launched. A horizontal Car Dock equals minimal obstruction for today’s larger Smart phones.
2. Case compatibility: The Dock includes a removable insert. Works with virtually all cases 2.5 mm thick or less.
3. Charging/AUX cable: Many vehicles comes with a 3.5 mm “Auxiliary-in” port. When plugged in, the sound from all apps, GPS navigation, music, etc., will play through the car-stereo speakers. The USB plugs into the vehicle’s USB port or a car charger with a USB slot. The long cable length allows placement on the left side of the steering wheel, within easy reach while driving.
Where to buy: Verizon Wireless Corporate retail stores. Web: Androidcentral.com. In Europe, type “iBOLT” into Amazon or visit clover.co.uk or mobilfun.co.uk.
YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL5VYiiiTfs
Product Details: http://ibolt.co/ibpf-33307