Motorcycle CarPlay Android Auto Display Screen for Motorcycles
- WIRELESS CARPLAY&ANDROID AUTO
- ONE-TIME INSTALLATION
- ONLINE UPGRADATION
- VARIOUS SOFTWARE AND APPS
This Professional Wireless Apple Carplay/Wireless Android Auto Touchscreen for Motorcycle is an absolute game-changer! It has revolutionized the way I ride and navigate on my motorcycle. The level of convenience it offers is unparalleled.
The sleek and modern design of the Professional Wireless Apple Carplay immediately caught my attention. It seamlessly integrates with my motorcycle's dashboard, adding a touch of sophistication and elegance. It has become an essential part of my riding experience.
The touchscreen display is not only vibrant and sharp but also highly responsive. Navigating through menus and selecting options is effortless, even while wearing gloves. The user-friendly interface makes it a breeze to access various features and applications.
One aspect that truly impressed me is the seamless wireless connectivity. With just a few taps, my iPhone connects effortlessly to the Professional Wireless Apple Carplay, providing me with instant access to all my favorite apps, music, and contacts. The freedom of wireless connectivity has enhanced my riding experience to a whole new level.
The audio quality is top-notch, whether I'm using the built-in speaker or connecting my earphones via Bluetooth. I can enjoy crystal-clear sound and immersive music while cruising on the road. It truly adds a new dimension to my rides.
Overall, the Professional Wireless Apple Carplay/Wireless Android Auto Touchscreen for Motorcycle is a must-have accessory for any motorcycle enthusiast. Its cutting-edge technology, seamless integration, and unparalleled functionality make it a true game-changer. I cannot recommend it enough. Get one for your motorcycle and elevate your riding experience to new heights!
I Recently Purchased a Harley motorcycle, and was tired of turn by turn by my ear on the motorcycle. I had a carplay screen of the car central control, is great. So, I'm also looking for a motorcycle navigation screen for my new Harley.
I read some Garmin and Tomtom devices, which are suitable for motorcycles. I finally realized that between installing hardware and GPS units, this will cost me more than $ 700. The function is still a bit insufficient. One of these two brands, none of them can satisfy my iPhone's CarPlay function and the wireless Android Auto function of Android phones. They are just simple GPS and single functions. I have used these two functions in the car.
In my research it is far from as bad as some of the stand alone GPS units from Garmin. I decided to choose the latest trend of motorcycle CarPlay screen, because its super high cost performance attracted me. The price below $ 200 made me have it. This surprised me very surprisingly.
When I received it installed it, I was even more surprised. This design is really great. The 1000 bright screen can be seen clearly on the daytime outdoors. It is also very clear at night. The color is very saturated. In short, I like it very much.
I tried the wireless CarPlay connection of my iPhone mobile phone and the wireless Android Auto of Android phones. The connection speed is very fast, and the next time it is turned on is automatic connection. I tried various functions, and the reaction effect was great.
I can't wait to wait, I can see the new iteration of these motorcycle equipment. This is absolutely subversive technological innovation. This is the road to advance. I look forward to developing more motorcycle navigation screens and innovation functions. I recommendmy riding friends to use it together.
5 Inch Portable Motorcycle GPS Navigation System, it’s the perfect size. Included hardware was easy install. Functions perfect out of the box and connected to phone and stereo.
Takes the things I want to do with your phone while riding the motorcycle, and puts them right on this intelligent touch screen, and I can also use GPS, make calls, enjoy my favorite music, etc. With Siri Voice Control/Google Assistant, I can conveniently control everything with just a word or a touch!
I never thought that I could use the Carplay function on my motorcycle, the design of this innovative product is really great, it really solves the problem of my motorcycle navigation, and the price is very good, I have compared the prices of other brands, Garmin zūmo XT $484.48, Garmin zūmo XT2 All-Terrain $599.999, Garmin zumo 396 LMT-S, 4.3" $229.99, the price is very expensive, and there is no Wireless Apple Carplay/Wireless Android Auto function.
I recommend my friends to buy it , let's use it together and go wherever we want! Let's go together!
update: It stays stably on my motorcyle and my niece's dirt bike! It's very bright even under the sunlight. I love it so much!
The portable gps is definitely a great investment for any rider. It‘s waterproof, has a larger screen, and is user-friendly. Plus, with features like CarPlay and Bluetooth, you can stay connected on the road. Similar like giant iPad screen on tesla but on motorcycle. Recommend to buy.
This device really is pretty fantastic.
I recently purchased an adventure bike and was tired of turn by turn audio in my ears only on the motorcycle. I wanted a screen.
I looked at a few Garmin and TomTom devices, but ultimately realized that between the mounting hardware and the GPS unit, this was going to cost me well over $700 and even then the maps and features would still be lacking a bit if I had gone with one of those two brands, compared to just mounting my phone up there.
On a whim, I decided to look beyond the major manufacturers and try to find something with Android Auto specifically. I didn‘t want their “features."
Enter this device.
I refrained from having high expectations, but I did a bit of research between this product and other identical devices on Amazon. You have to realize that there is no "original" version of this product, it is one of many in the game of Chinese brand changes that occurs here on for a number of reasons. Don't get too hung up on that.
If you do your research too, you'll quickly realize what this device CAN and CANNOT do.
It is NOT a GPS unit in the sense that it stores maps or has an internal battery. It will not receive software updates nor have much support. The touch screen, while not terrible is also not comparable to even a budget phone in quality, however in my research it is far from as bad as some of the stand alone GPS units from Garmin. Touch responsiveness is more than serviceable. The 1000nit display is HUGELY appreciated and easy to see.
ONE MAJOR THING work pointing out is that the display lacks support for pinch-to-zoom. This is a biggy for the maps side, but is manageable. The small usable map area on the display makes this somewhat moot anyways.
The stylus and the mounting hardware are mostly useless. For myself at least, I installed my own hardware, however it was very nice to see nearly every type of mount option included with the device for other applications.
Another tip - in order to use a bluetooth headset type device (Sena / Cardo) you must first un-pair it with your phone and use the "BT" button at the bottom of the GPS main menu to connect to the headset. This way audio will be routed by the GPS unit and all your functions should work as before.
ANOTHER important note, is that this device must have a connection with mobile Internet in order to function properly. You are however able to use Google Maps or another Android auto enabled app with offline maps functionality, and it should work properly if you run into areas with poor cellular service.
In conjunction with Bluetooth, your phone will connect to the GPS unit with Wi-Fi, meaning a bit further battery consumption from your phone during use.
For my use case, and the price paid I am more than pumped up about this device. I honestly think this is the way forward for motorcyclists. We get a familiar UI that receives constant software updates (on the backend Google side at least).
This device needs to have pinch to zoom support, a slightly larger display (5.5"), a built in battery for use at a gas pump, and better BT headset device support and this device would be WORTH $500. I can't wait to see new iterations of these devices as sales take off, whether they're made in Zimbabwe China or the US. This is the way forward.