The HTC Bluetooth Music Adaptor is now available via Sprint. First spotted at the Mobile World Congress, this cool dongle accessory from HTC lets users wirelessly stream and play music from Bluetooth-enabled handsets. Basically, users will have to plug the dongle into any car stereo that has a 3.5mm aux port. Once it’s there, it’s good to go. Features include support for A2DP or Advanced Audio Distribution Profile, support for CSR aptX codec, auto-pairing with selected HTC phones or tablets and automatic power off to conserve battery power.
The adaptor’s 85 mAh battery promises to last up to 5 hours of continuous play and 120 hours during standby. But if you’re out of power, you can charge the adaptor via microUSB. You’ll be glad to know that the music adapter will work with other mobile devices as well. To check out the list of supported devices, you can visit Sprint’s accessory shop. Sprint is currently selling the adaptor for $59.99. So, if you’re looking for a nifty accessory and a Bluetooth-enabled audio system for your car, the HTC Bluetooth Music Adaptor is a good option. You might as well check it out via Sprint.
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