Parrot Asteroid in Italy presented a new car radio with 3.2 inch screen, leaving the traditional patterns by connecting to the Internet. Thanks to the Android operating system, Asteroid includes a GPS module and is connected via key 3G (sold separately).
The interesting thing is that the geo-location that allows you to view points of interest, contact them by phone through Bluetooth and hands-free and plan your route to get there.
Eco fuel, however, allows you to compare the prices of the nearest service station and get to choose which, if the cheapest or the one with the best price / close if we have little time remaining. iCoyote, however, provides traffic updates and speed camera alerts, and Orange Liveradio connects to web radio and lets you listen to podcasts.
As for the connections to the music player have the files from USB (4 ports), the ability to connect an iPhone or iPod, the input for an MP3 player (via a 3.5 mm jack or RCA) and the SD card reader. If you can not you just wish to stream music from your mobile phone via Bluetooth stereo. To simplify the search of songs to listen, you can use the voice search, which recognizes the name of the artist or album and is activated via a button, going to search through all the connected devices. Same thing for hands-free calling, Asteroid will look in the phone book synchronization.