The cradle, which can be fixed to a vehicle's windscreen or air vent, uses Bluetooth to offer wireless calling from your iPhone. A built-in speaker amplifies the smartphone's volume, making for clearer conversations and voice directions. Alternatively, Kensington suggests using the AssistOne for listening to podcasts.
Kensington includes a noise-cancelling microphone. A small LED on the cradle notifies users when their iPhone is fully charged, while the auxiliary out port means you can route the sound through your care stereo.
The device also supports voice control so users can answer, decline or place a call, as well as launch music by simply speaking commands
Priced at £79.99, the Kensington AssistOne handsfree car device is available from Kensington's website.