Drivers interested in adding a little more connectivity to their vehicle may be interested in the new ROBOQI 2.0 Internet of Things device created by InvisibleTech based in San Jose California. Equipped with Amazon Alexa as well as wireless charging technology the smartphone holder can also be used as a Bluetooth connector and FM transmitter. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Internet of Things smartphone holder which is now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges available from $39 or roughly £30. If all goes well worldwide shipping is expected to take place during July 2019.
The creators of the Internet of Things ROBOQI explain a little more about the inspiration and design. “A cutting-edge smartphone mounting device, ROBOQI 2.0 features our US patented Hands-Free Snap-and-Go plus Alexa functionality so that whatever you need to do while you are driving, you can do so easily and safely. ROBOQI 2.0 isn’t just a car charger: it’s a car charger that makes your car smart.”
Using the ROBOQI 2.0 Alexa features users can access a wide variety of music and streaming services, including Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, Pandora, NPR, Audible, and SiriusXM. The system also allows users to access Audible e-books and podcasts as well as ask Alexa to answer questions and install over skills from the library now offering more than 50,000 to choose from.