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Supertooth II Bluetooth speakerphone

updated 02:50 pm EDT, Thu August 10, 2006

Supertooth II Speakerphone

If you have a Bluetooth-equipped cellphone and you need to take a call while driving and your phone's speakerphone features are less than adequate, you now have an option that will let you answer without strewing wires across your car. Blue Ant, a company that focuses exclusively on Bluetooth hardware, is selling the Supertooth II, a wireless speakerphone that has an adjustable, noise-cancelling microphone and a speaker much larger than any phone can muster. It lasts for 20 hours of talk time or 800 hours of standby on a single charge of its lithium-ion battery. The Supertooth II has an official price of $130, though you can find it for $100 on the street.

by MacNN Staff





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