If you have a car that doesn’t have a Bluetooth-enabled audio system, HTC wants to do you one better. They’ve released their Bluetooth music accessory that will allow you to wirelessly play audio to any speaker that is equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack (often referred to as an auxiliary port).
For $60 you can get that Bluetooth audio system in your car, and it’s even better considering you can use this with more than just your car. It won’t match up to car-specific units in battery life with 5 hours of playback and 120 hours of standby time, but a car charger will take care of that just fine. Sprint’s selling the accessory, and it doesn’t discriminate — any Bluetooth phone on any carrier can take advantage. Head here to get started.