The Sony XSP-N1BT In-Car Cradle Was Displayed at 2014 CES

By: Michael Nieto - Published: Jan 11, 2014 • References: theverge & geeky-gadgets
The Sony XSP-N1BT is an in-car entertainment system that was revealed at the 2014 CES. This intuitive cradle does not require connecting wires or purchasing additional brackets to hold your smartphone within the vehicle. It is the very first smartphone cradle receiver that can control all functions with ease. The convenience of having a Sony App Remote system to provide complete media control makes this product a remarkable and well adapted cradle to perform all your needs.

This cradle is compatible with Sony Xperia Z1S and Sony Xperia Z1 smartphones currently as the newest devices available. The Sony XSP-N1BT will be priced at $250 and will be in stores this spring. The cradle would be the perfect accessory to hold your smartphone while driving with voice activated and touch gesture features for enhanced usability performance. Stats for In-Car Smartphone Cradles Trending: Older & Average
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