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Android powered car radio a hit at CES 2011 conference

It’s called the Parrot Asteroid—an Android powered car stereo that will pipe in your music “from any source,” including FM, web radio, iPhones, SD cards, the works.

The gadget has been a hit at the CES 2011 conference (today is the last day), getting nice reviews from Consumer Reports and Droid Nerds. Here’s a YouTube interview about the device from the Nerds, and a Parrot video for the product below that.

Since it billboards itself as functioning with the iPhone, I’m wondering how well it will work with Android devices like my Droid X. If the reports are positive in that area, I’m going to give it a try.



One Response to Android powered car radio a hit at CES 2011 conference

  1. Irina Dorinirl April 9, 2013 at 2:53 am #

    You can play music in your car though almost any system, but if you want something that sounds amazing, you are going to want to spend a little cash to get it right. There are many car audio systems from which to choose, and what you need will depend on your budget and you car or truck. You may think it’s cool to have woofers in your trunk, but what if they fill up your entire trunk? For some people, they don’t care about trunk space; they just care about hearing what they want to hear out of car audio systems.;

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