This Device Gives Your Car A More Useful Dashboard Display
Even the most economical cars now come with a display that connects to your phone via Bluetooth, so drivers can safely use their music and Maps apps. But some of us bought our cars before these displays came standard; rather than upgrade your entire vehicle, you can get the same service with the Hudly Wireless Smart Driving Head-Up Display. Plug the Hudly display into your car's cigarette lighter port, and it casts your favorite apps from your phone to your dashboard on a clear, 800x480 resolution display. With special reflective glass and adaptive light sensors, you can see your apps without straining or taking your eyes off the road. Usually, the Hudly Wireless Smart Driving Head-Up Display is $349, but you can get it now for $259.
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