Sony’s announced a number of new products this week at CES, including two car entertainment systems with MirrorLink smartphone integration. Sony’s XAV-701HD and XAV-601BT feature 7-inch and 6.1-inch WVGA touchscreens, respectively, along with Bluetooth connectivity and the expected assortment of car stereo features. Where things get interesting is how they interact with your phone.
If you’re not familiar, MirrorLink is an industry standard backed by various car manufacturers, as well as consumer electronics companies like Nokia, LG, and Samsung. It works with Android and Symbian phones, and aims to allow greater interoperability between mobile devices and cars — in this case mirroring your phone’s screen on the head unit via Bluetooth….
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