The Bluetooth Strikes Back
The Strike iK-1 Bluetooth Car Kit
Once upon a time in a galaxy far, far away, our lives were revolutionised by The Force called Bluetooth – a wireless system which connects multiple devices for hands-free use.
The Strike iK-1 Bluetooth Car Kit, however, is not your every day Bluetooth device. The kit is designed to be installed directly into your vehicle as if it were a part of the vehicle’s factory settings. So, you can scrap your speaker phone and untangle yourself from all the wires running rampant across your dashboard. This kit does it all while storing away nice and neatly.
Having a Strike iK-1 installed in your car makes everything seem easy-peasy. It automatically mutes the stereo when you accept a phone call, it has embedded easy-to-use buttons and allows you to control and select your tunes over the Bluetooth connection. The Strike iK-1 is also compatible with iPhone features including the 4S’s ‘Suri’. It’s like having a world of knowledge at your lips. Fancy knowing where your closest nail salon is while you’re on the road? Ask Suri aloud and she’ll respond without you having to move a muscle. You might look a little crazy talking to yourself at the traffic lights, but nothing some tinted windows won’t fix.
While the volume settings could have been a little higher for clearer conversations, the Strike iK-1 ticks all the boxes as an intuitive Bluetooth kit for the car.
Now that’s what we call using The Force.
For more, go to the website www.strike.com.au