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Throwing away the data cable, Alpine launches a WiFi-connected car machine
Release time:2017-07-11
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The Alpine "iLX-107" vehicle-mounted central control system that once shined at the 2017 CES (International Consumer Electronics Show) has a new move. It's the first third-party infotainment center console to support Apple CarPlay/Android Auto wireless connectivity, and features a 7-inch touchscreen with LED backlighting and standard AM/FM radio. Throw away the data cable Alpine launched a WIFI-connected car machine In other words, you don’t need an ipod interface, and you can even throw away the data cable in your car, because wireless CarPlay/Android Auto means that you don’t need to connect your phone to the phone through a data cable. The connection between the car and the machine can be completed directly with WiFi. And wireless CarPlay has the same functions as wired CarPlay, which supports making calls, accessing information, playing music, getting navigation, Siri voice commands, etc. Its simplicity is the same as when you get home, your phone automatically connects to your home WiFi, and you don't need to take your phone out of your pocket or bag to complete the connection when you get in the car. It is worth mentioning that they are connected through 5GHz WiFi, so there is no need to worry about the transmission efficiency between them.