LG Intros Solar-Powered Car Kit
Today LG introduced the HFB-500, a new mobile phone car kit that uses solar power to provide the energy necessary to run a speakerphone when in the car, making use of the cigarette lighter unnecessary. The hands-free device has 16 hours of talk time and 1,100 hours of standby time on a single charge. It provides one hour of talk time for every two hours of sunlight. The HFB-500 is meant to demonstrate LG's commitment to more sustainable and environmentally friendly products.
Review: GoalZero Flip 30 + Nomad 7 Plus Kit
The Flip 30 + Nomad 7 Plus Kit from GoalZero includes a USB battery pack and solar charging panel. For people who spend lots of time outdoors away from AC power, the Nomad 7 Plus panel lets you charge the Flip 30 battery directly — or any phone or other USB-compatible device — using the power of the sun.
Review: Logitech ZeroTouch Car Mount
The Logitech ZeroTouch car phone holder brings the power of Amazon's Alexa to your car. The ZeroTouch combines a car mount, mobile app, and Alexa so you can not only make calls and send texts, but access your smarthome settings safely from behind the wheel.
Samsung Refreshes Gear IconX Headphones with Better Battery Life
Samsung today announced the Gear IconX 2018 wireless earbuds. These Bluetooth headphones are separate buds that come in a charging case.
ZTE Mobley Hotspot Plugs Into Car Data Port
AT&T today announced the ZTE Mobley, a mobile hotspot for cars that connects via the OBD-II port. The Mobley is compatible with most cars model year 1996 and later and turns on automatically whenever the car is on.
Does it work in Seattle??
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