1. Parrot Asteroid
An Android-powered device that is also compatible with the iPod and iPhone, Parrot's slick in-car stereo operator houses a 3.2-inch, colour display and detachable faceplate that doubles as a remote. Running on a bespoke version of Android, users can get access to dedicated apps such as Maps, Tunein and now streaming music service Deezer as well as GPS mapping over 3G with points of interest, internet radio, voice-activated dialling and contact photos for incoming calls.
Price: £260 | Link: Parrot
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