By Andrew Liszewski
Most car stereos that feature iPhone connectivity usually just have you attach a cable to the dock connector and then stash it away in your glove box. But Oxygen Audio’s O’Car stereo puts the iPhone 3G, 3GS & 4 up front and center where you can access all of your applications, whether you want to play or stream music, or make or answer a call.
The special articulated, pop-out cradle lets the iPhone be used in a landscape or portrait orientation, and a ball joint makes it easy to angle towards you if you want to use the touchscreen while driving. The stereo features a built-in radio tuner as well, and I’m assuming you can download an app which provides a UI for tuning stations and storing presets. It’s set to be unveiled at CES 2011 in January so there’s no pricing info just yet, but we’ll try to follow up with them at the show for more details.