The GrooveRide digital FM transmitter will let you take your groove on tour, according to its maker, Cygnett.
The transmitter plays music from your MP3 player through your car or home stereo, or anything else that receives FM frequency.
Because it uses a lithium battery, it does not drain power from your player and lasts up to six hours, Cygnett claims.
The channel range is from 88.1Mhz to 107.9Mhz so you can find the best transmission possible. The digital display also makes it easier to get an exact transmission.
It is also simple to operate: you simply plug the GrooveRide into your player and select a clear, unused frequency on the FM radio. You then set the device to transmit through that station.
It can be charged either through your computer’s USB port or your car’s cigarette lighter.
RRP is $69.95. More information at www.cygnett.com