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Belkin announces TuneCast Auto for iPod

updated 02:15 pm EDT, Thu October 13, 2005

TuneCast Auto for iPod

today launched the new Belkin TuneCast Auto, which lets users listen to the music from their iPod through any car's FM radio. In addiition, the TuneCast Auto powers and charges through any car's cigarette lighter -- eliminating the need to drain power from the iPod itself. "The new design and ample features make for an easy, convenient solution to listen to your iPod on the road." The TuneCast Auto features two programmable memory slots as well as a blue, backlit LCD provides for easy viewing day or night. It displays both the FM frequency and the battery status. A VELCRO tie that reduces cable clutter. The included dock connector attaches securely to the iPod, while surface-mount clip holds your TuneCast Auto in place. The TuneCast Auto will ship in North America in late November 2005 for $60.

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