Anker puts Alexa in a car charger with the Roav VIVA

Anker puts Alexa in a car charger with the Roav VIVA

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ROAV VIVA: Alexa Enabled Car Kit and Fast Charger from AnkerĀ Gives Drivers Instant Access to Voice Controlled Communications, Navigation, Music Streaming and MoreLAS VEGAS, Jan. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Anker Innovations, a global leader in charging technology and smart, connected devices to support entertainment, driving and the emerging smart home space, announced the ROAV VIVA, a new plug-and-play Bluetooth car kit that brings the Alexa voice service instantly to any modern car.[1]
In addition to supporting tens of thousands of Alexa skills, including news, weather, sports and games for the next road trip, the new ROAV VIVA also delivers calling and messaging; Bluetooth music streaming; voice initiated navigation; and two fast charging ports to keep mobile devices charged while on the road.
“We are thrilled to bring the world’s first Alexa enabled car charger to market, giving drivers access to an ever-growing number of Alexa skills as well as critical hands-free features,” says Anker Innovations CEO, Steven Yang. “The ROAV VIVA removes both the pricing and technical barriers for consumers who want to make their driving experiences both safer and smarter.”
“We’re excited about the ROAV VIVA device because it can bring Alexa voice capabilities into all kinds of cars,” said Ned Curic, Vice President, Amazon Alexa. “Customers can simply plug the device into current- and late-model cars alike, and start asking Alexa for thousands of helpful things.”
SMART VOICE SERVICES IN THE CARWith the ROAV VIVA, driving directions are a simple voice command away. Designed to work with both Android and iPhone, drivers can use their voice to search for locations using Google Maps, Apple Maps or WAZE.
Additionally, with a simple “Alexa,” drivers can check the weather, listen to their daily schedule, order morning coffee and even turn on the outside lights before arriving home in the evening.
The ROAV VIVA seamlessly creates

Article originally published at: Android Police