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The TuneCast Auto’s slender design and its ability to charge itself through your car’s cigarette lighter gives you a convenient way to listen to your music
(Compton, CA) – October 13, 2005 — The new Belkin TuneCast Auto lets you listen to the music from your iPod through your car’s FM radio. Unlike other FM transmitters, the TuneCast Auto powers and charges through your car’s cigarette lighter–eliminating the need to drain power from the iPod itself. Its new design and ample features make for an easy, convenient solution to listen to your iPod on the road. The TuneCast Auto will be shipping in North America in late November 2005.
TuneCast Auto for iPod (F8V7101) — $59.99
The TuneCast Auto features two programmable memory slots, which allow you to toggle between two channels. A blue, backlit LCD provides for easy viewing day or night, and a VELCRO tie reduces cable clutter in your car. And, its included dock connector attaches securely to your iPod. By simply plugging the TuneCast Auto into the dock connector on your iPod and your car’s cigarette-lighter outlet, you can enjoy your iPod tunes on the go.
FM Transmitter: Transmits on FM channels 88.1MHz–107.9MHz
Channel Up/Down and Power: Scans in 1/10MHz intervals seamlessly
Surface-Mount Clip: Holds your TuneCast Auto in place while you drive
LCD Display with Backlight: Shows FM frequency and battery status
About Belkin Corporation
Belkin Corporation, the global leader in connectivity solutions, offers a range of innovations for the computer, electronics, and mobile consumer. With a diverse and far-reaching product mix consisting of home and enterprise networking, VoIP hardware, audio video solutions, KVM (keyboard/video/mouse) and peripheral sharing, power protection and cabling, as well as USB and FireWire devices, Belkin extends its reach also to Bluetooth , cellular, PDA, iPod, and other solutions for mobile computing. Belkin products are available through www.belkin.com as well as through a network of major distributors, resellers, and superstores.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.