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Monday, September 27, 2010

Dual Electronics

I always love to watch the latest advertisement about cars on TV. Everytime there's an ad, I had this kick of admiration regarding the latest gadget inside the vehicle. Would it be nice to drive a good looking car with high tech gadget and excellent features? Based in Heathrow, Florida, they just released the latest mobile reciever to the market industry. The XDMA6630 features built-in bluetooth technology and also have a direct USB connection for iPods and iPhones. This Dual Electronics offer a wide selection of mobile electronics and is a subsidiary of Namsung America, Inc. This reciever is compatible to a Windows Media, Apple and Bluetooth. It has a high speed functionality and of course, the convenience of having a bluetooth connectivity. This gadget is also good for marine electronics and home audio loudspeakers. When you buy the XDMA6630, external microphone is included to boost the sound quality especially when you use it for calling purposes. If you are using iPods and iPhones, you can recharge your device simultaneously using the front panel USB connection. It will give a direct access and control over iPods and iPhones, and what would this mean? It would mean a total car entertainment experience!

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