The Motorola MA1 Wireless Android Auto Adapter is in stock at Best Buy and Target

Despite still being out of stock on Amazon, Motorola’s MA1 Wireless Android Auto Adapter is finally available to purchase at Best Buy and now Target as well for the RRP of $89.99. The good news is that neither retailer is profiteering like those third-party sellers on Amazon, but the bad news is that you’ll need to order it so you can pick it up at your local store and you can choose to have it delivered or sent to your local store for pick-up.

Updated June 23: There’s more good news because the Motorola-licensed MA1 Wireless Android Auto Adapter is also now in stock at Target that promises delivery of your order by June 30th. As previously mentioned, if it’s something you’ve been waiting for it’s probably best to order your unit as soon as possible before stock runs out.

Here’s a refresh of the MA1 Wireless Android Auto Adapter’s features:

  • Wireless Car Adapter: Android Auto is a simpler, safer way to use your phone in the car and our wireless adapter connects to Android Auto on your car display.
  • Easy to Use: Use the direct plug-in USB adapter with an existing Android Auto-enabled car or truck. To wirelessly use on your car display, pair with a compatible active Android smartphone.
  • Fast Transmission: With 5 GHz WiFi for Android Auto Wireless, you can easily display all your favorite maps, media, and messaging apps to your car display. Ideal navigation for cars on road trips, you can use your smartphone to transmit a car GPS.
  • Sleek Design: The lightweight sleek design of this car adapter makes it compact and easy to carry around without taking up too much space in your car. Includes is a gel pad for added security for keeping the USB wireless adapter in place.

You can place your order for the Motorola MA1 Wireless Android Auto Adapter at Best Buy via the link below, don’t forget to let us know if you manage to snag a unit before it goes out of stock again.

He’s been an Android fan ever since owning an HTC Hero, with the Dell Streak being his first phablet. He currently carries a Realme GT Neo 2 in his pockets, a Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 in his backpack, and thinks nothing of lugging a 17-inch laptop around the world. When not immersed in the world of Android and gadgets, he’s an avid sports fan, and like all South Africans, he loves a good Braai (BBQ).


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