Wireless in-car iPod video transmitter

Chris Davies - Dec 4, 2006, 7:15am CST

Not content with music-loving motorists having plenty of playlist distraction while at the wheel, aftermarket accessory company Princeton have released a wireless video transmitter for the iPod 5G.  The idea is that you can tune your in-car TV into the signal and watch all those episodes of Lost and Desperate Housewives you downloaded in a fit of excitement when the iTunes Store started selling video, and then realised that on a dinky screen it just wasn’t quite as fun.

Dip switches allow for a choice of four different transmit frequencies, and standard AV inputs mean that it’s no one-trick pony; oh no, you can also transmit from a DVD player or portable games console and play that on your car’s TV.  Obviously it’s no good if your screen is simply a sat-nav display, however; you’ll need a UHF TV tuner to get the signal.  Princeton sell two packages: the PCK-UAV comes with transmitter, 12v power supply and iPod cable, while the PCK-UAVH adds an adjustable in-car iPod holder. 

Product Page [translated version] [via Akihabara News]

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