If you are looking for an easy way to access your audio and music in your car, a new device called Automatica has been created that might be worth a little more investigation.
Automatica has been designed to provide easy access to audio files located in your Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, and SkyDrive accounts, as well as providing the ability to access podcast feeds and more.
“INRETE, a long-standing European company with a focus on Internet services for the automotive industry, has introduced Automatica, a device that plugs into the vehicle’s USB without additional modifications and provides users the latest music or audiobook straight from a personal cloud storage service and podcast channels via the Automatica website.”
“Automatica creates a local cache of your contents and stores 24 hours of audio within the internal flash memory. Dropbox, Google Drive, Box or Microsoft SkyDrive users will enjoy flawless updates straight to the USB device so the latest content will always be readily available.”
The new Automatica In-Car USB Dongles are available to purchase for $99 and nets a two-year subscription to the service, however there’s currently no information on how much a yearly subscription will cost once the initial two-year subscription finishes.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News