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iSimple ® Introduces Steering Wheel Mountable Bluetooth Remote at 2014 Consumer Electronics Show

iSimple BluClik

Las Vegas, NV (January 6, 2014) – Today, iSimple® (www.isimplesolutions.com) made a splash at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show with the introduction of the BluClik™ (ISBC01), a universal Bluetooth remote for tablets and smartphones that is designed to mount quickly to virtually any vehicle’s steering wheel or dashboard and provide easy access to a variety of features, including voice recognition (Siri, S-Voice, etc.), audio play/pause and track/volume control. This means the driver does not have to take their eyes off the road, or hands from the wheel, to unlock their phone, change tracks or activate navigation via VR. When the BluClik officially launches in Q1-2014, it will have a MSRP of $39.95. Visitors to the 2014 CES Show can see the BluClik – as well as other exciting offerings from iSimple – at booth 2808, LVCC North Hall.


Inspired by the CES Innovations Award-winning iSimple WiFli, the BluClik is a unique, Bluetooth-enabled steering wheel mountable remote that helps promote driver safety by placing a multitude of popular features at the driver’s fingertips, eliminating the need to manipulate the touchscreen radio, smartphone or tablet. A clever and easy-to-use magnetic locking system holds the BluClik firmly in place on the steering wheel, and intuitive multi-function buttons make accessing a smartphone or tablet’s VR app, scanning through audio tracks and controlling playback volume simple.


Even better, the user can take the BluClik with them and use it to control their device while using headphones or connected to speakers. This makes the BluClik equally as useful in a dorm room or office as it is behind the wheel.


According to iSimple Senior Product Manager, Scott Rothstein, “Here at iSimple, we make it our goal to design products that let people get the most from personal technologies like smartphones and tablets, but also promote their safe and responsible use – especially when behind the wheel. The BluClik follows in that tradition, and we are very excited to be showcasing it to the world here at CES.” Rothstein also explained that the BluClik can be paired with other offerings from iSimple – the TranzIt LINK and TranzIt PORT for example – to become a powerful hands-free solution for individuals with older vehicles or radios that do not have premium integration features.


iSimple – a brand of AAMP of America™ – offers consumers a wide variety of options for staying connected to their favorite music while in their car, at home or on the go. The iSimple product line includes everything from in-car integration kits and FM modulators for smartphones and tablets, to docking stations, headphones, battery chargers and more. For more information, visit www.isimplesolutions.com.
iSimple is dedicated to the safe use of personal electronics while behind the wheel, and many iSimple products are designed with this purpose in mind. Please abide by all local and state regulations regarding the use of personal electronics while driving.

iSimple, BluClik, WiFli and TranzIt are trademarks or registered trademarks of AAMP of America. All other trademarks or registered trademarks mentioned in this release are the sole property of their respective owners.


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