Atlanta - Novero
introduced two car kits for hands-free driving, both of which are designed for
TheTrulyOne ($159) and
TheTrustyOne ($119) car kits are reportedly compatible with variety of
handsets. Also, the company said, any installer who subscribes to the Insignia
system can provide customers with the kits.
Features include voice dialing,
voice-controlled SMS and email, echo cancellation, noise reduction and an
adjustable microphone. Sound is routed through the car's speakers, and users
can manually adjust volume, mute the microphone, and transfer calls to and from
their handset. Each kit comes with a remote control.
TheTrulyOne features a
mounted display screen that lets users control the car kit through a simple
menu with clear icons and text, the company said.
Installation requites a
DIN/ISO cable and no screws, according to Novero. Compatibility management and
software updates are conducted via a USB connector on the input device.
Atlanta - Novero introduced two car kits for hands-free driving, both of which are designed for universal use.