Everyone is privy to the struggle of wanting to buy newer technology despite already having working devices. The same is true for cars. Many older vehicles don’t possess the newer integrated technology that is extremely popular. Features like Bluetooth, driver assist, navigation, CarPlay, and blind spot warnings are just some of the enhancements featured in newer vehicles. For those who can’t afford to buy new, the people at JBL have come to the rescue with their new Link Drive, which can pair with both Apple an Android devices.
Just plug the device into your cigarette lighter, and you’ll be connected to your devices as well as Google Assist. In addition, the Link Drive can be paired with your stereo system, connected through your radio’s aux port.
The Link Drive is equipped with noise canceling software which eliminates excess noise from traffic and weather, enabling the driver to ask for directions or traffic and weather updates. The system created by JBL automatically lowers the volume on the radio or music while activated so the driver doesn’t need to shout or take their hands off the wheel for any period of time.
The Link Drive is set to hit shelves later this year at the cost of $60. If you want some modern upgrades but can’t afford the new car, a device like the Link Drive is a great alternative.