IntelliPlay is designed with aesthetic sensibility with state-of-the-art entertainment technology that complements the lifestyle of the user.
Trak N Tell has introduced latest IntelliPlay range, a revolutionary and innovative infotainment-cum-tracking device for automobiles. IntelliPlay provides the user with a comprehensive one-stop solution which ensures a seamless "connected car" experience on Indian roads.
IntelliPlay is designed with aesthetic sensibility with state-of-the-art entertainment technology that complements the lifestyle of the user. The system fits seamlessly into a usual 2-DIN setup and includes a touch screen with wireless audio and video playback, Google Maps-based navigation and hands-free calling. The device has Android OS with 4G enabled sim, with one year validity. The device also supports all popular media inputs via auxiliary port (aux cable), USB and Bluetooth.
It is a unique combination of entertainment and security technology which can be easily retrofitted in cars. It has an inbuilt real-time tracker, which alerts the users if the vehicle has moved from a parked position or if it senses an impact. The user can track the car whereabouts via a smartphone app, which also provides alerts about service intervals, tow alert, and the user can remotely immobilize the vehicle through the app.
The technologically advanced IntelliPlay range also features a reverse camera and dash-camera, which enables vehicle owners to see exactly what, is happening around their vehicle.
IntelliPlay is available in 7", 9" and 10" inch variants. Wherein, 9" and 10" inch variant comes with an added feature of sharing location on ‘WhatsApp’. For smooth functioning the device comes with 2 GB RAM and has an inbuilt storage of 32 GB. The system meets different customer needs and pushes the envelope of what a user can expect from automobile-oriented gadgetry.
The IntelliPlay has various models under the product range and is priced between Rupees 19000 to 38000. IntelliPlay is available at various retail distributors across major cities in India.