DLO announced its TransDock today, a new version of the company’s TransPod line. Like the TransPod, the TransDock can transmit audio content from a dockable iPod using FM radio and the 12-volt power outlet. It also adds a video-output feature that lets users play iPod videos through a car’s mobile video system, while transmitting the video’s soundtrack to the car stereo.
TransDock securely cradles and charges the iPod while giving users full control of bass, treble and volume settings right from the car’s console. It also holds up to four programmable presets to help users jump to commonly used frequencies. Innovative enhancements for the TransDock include a high-powered antenna, a more versatile mounting arm, interchangeable faceplates to match a car’s interior, and a built-in USB power charger that lets users charge a device such as a RAZR phone, or any other USB-powered gadget from the TransDock.
The DLO TransDock for iPod is priced at $99.99 and will begin shipping March 2007.
Also today, DLO announced an alliance with
Advanced Bridging Technologies (ABT) to release future products under the DLO brand.