JBL Link Drive is going to put Google Assistant in your car

There is no place it is more important to get assistance hands free than your car and the JBL Link Drive is here to help. Whether you’re looking to listen to your favorite song, ask for directions, or get updates on traffic and the weather the JBL Link Drive with Google Assistant can get you what you need. It can even read your texts to make sure your eyes stay off of your phone while driving.

All you have to do is say the magic words Hey Google, and all the information you want is available while keeping your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road. The dual noise-canceling microphones in the JBL Link Drive do a better job at filtering out traffic and other road noises than your phone. Plus it can also lower the volume of the radio to better hear your commands, providing a superior way to use Google Assistant over your phone.

The JBL Link Drive is powered by the 12-volt cigarette lighter socket in your car and provides you with 2.1 Amp USB charging for your phone. It will feature a button to activate Assistant manually if needed or to mute the mic. The Link Drive has a multi-phone memory for people who share the car and it automatically reconnects over Bluetooth. It will hit stores and JBL.com starting this Spring for $59.95.

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