Garmin Speak

Nov 21, 2017

Category: Tech

A lot of vehicles nowadays come with onboard driver assistance & an integrated entertainment system. But if you own an older or classic car, that’s just not an option. Or at least it wasn’t until now, with the release of Garmin Speak.

This clever little windshield-mountable device works like an onboard GPS for cars that aren’t wired with one already. But more than that, it gives you on-screen driving instructions in an easy-to-read format and can even integrate with your car’s stereo. Even better than that, the Speak will allow you to communicate with Amazon’s Alexa AI, so you can also play your favorite music across a variety of streaming services that include Spotify, Pandora, Sirius XM, Amazon Music, and more. You can even play games, create to-do lists, or do anything else you could do with a non-vehicular Echo device. And that’s all in a package that’s just 1.5 inches across and weighs less than 40 grams. Get one now for $150.

Purchase: $150

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