Android Auto This is a very popular solution because it allows you to easily access the most used functions while driving, such as the ability to manage playback directions, play music or play podcasts, and respond to incoming messages or phone calls.
But there are some limitations to the Android Auto offer, which is where it comes into play Cardangle, A small device that connects to your car via a USB-A port and offers a fully functional Android operating system on a small scale (compatible with touch displays and stereos with Android Auto devices).
Key Features of CarDongle
In practice, instead of relying on the limits of the Android Auto interface, you can use the power of Android through the cartwheel to manage completely incompatible applications (including installing all the apps you want while traveling).
Powered by a 2GHz A53 processor, the Cartangle has up to 4GB of RAM, up to 64GB of integrated memory (thanks to the expandable microSD support), Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, GPS module, USB port. Plug-in user And a microphone.
One of the strengths of this system is its ability to update at a certain frequency, which is not always the case for devices based on Android Auto.
Following is a short video demonstrating the capability of CarDongle. Good view:
If you are wondering how much this interesting dongle costs, the answer is $ 89 (or 73 euros): this time, in fact, it is at the center of the platform fundraising campaign. Indigo. When the device is ready for large-scale marketing, it will sell for 9,119.
According to what can be learned Exclusive page in Indigo, Exports should start early next month.