While it has its sound limitations, the downsized version of Scosche's original BoomBottle is a pretty decent little wireless speaker.
Automotive aftermarket supplier Scosche announced its ControlFreq car stereo today, which includes a smartphone app as a remote control.
Scosche's new car stereo receiver works with a free Android and iOS app that turns your phone into a wireless remote control.
While it has its sound limitations, particularly in the bass department, the downsized version of Scosche's BoomBottle H2O is a pretty decent little wireless speaker that's travel-friendly and repels water.
The SneakPeek auto combines an in-car iPod/iPad charger with a high-quality composite video cable.
Scosche's contribution to the CES fray includes three new headphones added to its Realm dynamic range of headphones.
If two dimensions just aren't enough, you and five friends can gather around this top-rated TV for 3D movie-night goodness.
The Scosche motorMouth II Bluetooth hands-free kit is available now.
Take a closer look at the IDR655m headphones from Scosche. The $99 headphones are compatible with both iPod and iPhone and include a remote control, microphone, and tons of bass.
Most new cars support some sort of iPhone and iPod integration, but as there are plenty of cars on the road more than five years old, we present a guide for connecting an iOS device to the car's stereo.