Clarion Debuts New Infotainment In-Vehicle Devices with Smartphone Connectivity and Access to Cloud Server
Jan 11, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Clarion Corp., a provider of consumer and industrial mobile electronics, announced the addition of two new products to its 2013 mobile electronics line up.
According to a release, both devices have been designed and developed with today's mobile lifestyle and connectivity in mind, offering seamless compatibility with satellite radio from SiriusXM, iPhone and Android smartphones and featuring access to Clarion's exclusive Smart Access cloud server.
The flagship NX603 is Clarion's most advanced in-dash navigation source unit model for 2013. It features built-in Bluetooth capabilities including a microphone, CD/DVD/SD/USB ports, 8GB micro SD card for map storage and a second SD card slot to access entertainment files, the Company said. This model incorporates the iGo Primo navigation software as part of its built-in applications and features Clarion's latest map system, ensuring users access to the most updated maps and data available at the time of purchase. The 6.2-inch WVGA touch panel display offers an all-new highly animated GUI highlighted by variable color key illumination featuring 728 colors and offers an HDMI port for smartphone mirroring.
"In our 70 year history, we have designed and manufactured some of the world's best performing in-vehicle audio, navigation and infotainment systems," said Paul Lachner, President of Clarion Corp. of America. "Our goal is to simplify what it takes for people to fully and safely take full advantage of infotainment in their vehicles by providing them with not just great audio, but superior yet streamlined interface as well as easy connectivity to the ever-growing services and capabilities available online. It is not a coincidence that these new products perform so well when it comes to user interface and seamless connectivity."
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