MyFord Touch Driver Connect Technology

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11_myfordtouch_02_hr600Ford announced today their move to upgrade their SYNC in-car communications system into MyFord Touch. This all-encompassing system integrates not only your cell phone or portable media device, but now your GPS, air conditioning, audio library, and much more. Multiple touch screens will replace the traditional dashboard of your car, and remember that mobile Wi-Fi hotspot we were talking about before? Seems that this technology will be moving on past MyFord to MyLincoln and MyMercury soon. Although I’m personally holding out for MyDeLorean.

Feature List!

Media
  • Two USB 2.0 inputs
  • SD Card slot
  • RCA A/V input jacks
Internet Connectivity
  • Full WiFi capability including Internet “hot spot” connectivity and a built-in browser
  • Support for on-screen and USB-connected keyboards
  • RSS feed aggregator and text-to-voice reader
  • Mobile in-car WiFi “hot spot” capability through USB-installed air card or USB mobile broadband modem
Voice Recognition
  • Voice-command activation of selected climate control and radio functions
Navigation
  • Map-based navigation app provided by TeleNav via an optional SD Card
  • Map data includes 3-D visual landmarks
Audio
  • AM/FM/CD, SIRIUS/XM satellite radio, USB-connected MP3 players and memory sticks
  • HD Radio capability
  • Song tagging capability
  • Enhanced Bluetooth® audio support including metadata, which allows additional command and control functions for capable mobile devices
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