Cobra Electronics is sponsoring the “Fueling Our Heroes” tour orchestrated by online trucking authority CDLLife to provide fresh meals to truck drivers who are investing long hours crisscrossing the country to deliver supplies during the COVID-19 crisis.
Cobra Electronics announced on Tuesday that it has launched AirWave, a wireless music receiver that uses Bluetooth technology and costs $39.95. Though it's not entirely wireless (it still requires either an auxiliary cord or a 3.5mm-to-RCA cable), the device lets you effortlessly connect any Bluetooth-enabled smartphone to car stereos, stereo docks, or home audio receivers.
Weighing in at a little over an ounce, the device is extremely lightweight and portable. Its square black body runs just 2.2 by 2.2 inches, and it would have no trouble finding space in your car.
Cobra Electronics Corporation's expanded S-Series iRadar detector won a CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Award.
The Cobra S-Series is the first Bluetooth under-the-hood radar detector. Paired with a smartphone, it uses the iRadar Community app to share information about police, camera enforcement locations, dangerous intersections and more.
Radar detector maker Cobra Electronics is introducing several new products at CES including its 2013 CES Design and Engineering Innovation Award-winning iRadar S-Series. The Cobra iRadar S-Series is the first under-the-hood radar detector to utilize Bluetooth connection to a smartphone.
Once installed, the Cobra iRadar S-Series detector is completely invisible to prying eyes. The detection unit is discreetly installed in the engine compartment of a vehicle via a simple installation procedure since it wirelessly communicates via Bluetooth to the free iRadar companion app inside the automobile.