LASER Navig8r 7-inch screen adds Android Auto & Apple Carplay to older vehicles

    New cars these days usually have Android Auto and Apple Carplay built-in to the infotainment system but what if you have an older car and want to have these features?

    One new option is now available from Australian tech company LASER. Their Navig8r 7-inch Portable CarPlay/Android Auto Touchscreen Display can give you the full Apple CarPlay and Android Auto experience.

    The usual price is $169 however the Navig8r 7” Black Friday sale price until the end of Mon 27/12/23 is $148 including 720p bonus reverse camera (usually $29.95).

    The Navig8r 7″ Portable Wireless Touchscreen is easy to install and use, commands can be issued with your voice using Siri or Google Assistant. Available apps include Maps (including Apple, Google, Waze and more), Music (Apple, Spotify, Amazon etc), Messaging (including WhatsApp), Calls, Podcasts, Calendars and even AirPlay or Miracast for screen mirroring directly to the screen when not driving.

    The USB powered screen is attached to an extendable windscreen mount which offers a variety of installation options from close to the driver to a central located position.

    Chris Lau, Managing Director of LASER Corporation and Head of the Navig8r brand commented:

    “With road trip season just around the corner, and the rising demand around in-car smartphone integration, the role of portable options is becoming incredibly popular. We see this as a handsfree extension of your phone, great for gifting and ideal to make any car a smart one. It also continues our ongoing commitment to deliver such a compelling option that is well under $200.”

    Neerav Bhatt
    Neerav Bhatt
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