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iSonic SL-FM1 transmits your mobile phones audio via FM

iSonic has launched an FM transmitter designed for mobile phones. The SL-FM1 broadcasts the transmission of your cellular phone conversation over FM.

Now, many of you may be asking, why the heck do I need an FM transmitter for my mobile phone? With the ever growing number of music phones, it could easily broadcast your tunes throughout your car, or take the place of that hands-free system.

The SL-FM1 also has a 3.5 mm slot with attachments which would enable you to connect or plug it to other handheld devices, like a PDA or iPod.

The unit runs on just one alkaline battery. You don’t have to worry about a short operating period though as it can function for 22 hours straight. The unit shuts off on its own if it does not receive any signal after one minute.

The SL-FM1 sells for 3,000 yen (about US $26).

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