Three great deals on accessories for your automobile

    To end the week, we’ve gathered three great deals from our deals page that you should take a look at. With Father’s Day coming up in a couple of weeks, in addition to Graduation day, you might want to consider these deals as a gift too.

    Check them out at our AndroidGuys deals page, or click on the links in the descriptions for each specific product.

    Automatic Connected Car Adapter: $89.95


    The average American spends 279 hours/year driving. It’s time you snag the technology to complement such a massive part of your life. From tracking fuel efficiency, trip costs, and driving habits to alerting you when you’re over the speed limit, this dashboard plugin is the answer. Get instant engine health analysis, and free over-air firmware upgrades. And with a huge range of integratable apps, you’ll soon completely change your relationship with your car for the better.

    Montar Car Mount: $24


    You don’t text and drive, sure, we believe you, but phone navigating and driving is a luxury that’s a bit less expendable. The best solution? Stick this car mount on your windshield or dashboard and view your route without taking your eyes off the road. With 360 degree rotation and designed for one hand use, you can easily orient your phone any way you please.

    Zus Smart Car Charger & Locator: $29.99


    This little gadget truly works double duty. It charges any device on-the-go using an ultra-fast USB that juices batteries at two-times normal speed. Then, using its smartphone app, Zus acts as a honing device for finding your car where you last left it. No more searching parking lots for hours, and no more running out of phone battery when you get there. You are totally, technically covered.

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