GPS / Telematics

SuperTooth HD Bluetooth Speaker Phone

SuperTooth

October 13, 2011 - Products

SuperTooth offers its SuperTooth HD, a Bluetooth speaker phone with a wide range of features. It has built-in dual microphones to pick-up voices more clearly and anti-echo and DSP control that cancel echo and background noise for clearer communication, even in noisy vehicles.

Advanced voice commands allow drivers to answer incoming calls just by saying “answer,” call pre-dialed phone numbers, check battery levels, or retrieve voicemail, all via voice. Drivers can compose and send Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, and SMS messages via voice using the SuperTooth Handsfree Assistant feature, powered by Dial2Do. These texts are posted as audio files recipients can listen to.

The system can read incoming e-mail messages out loud and incoming SMS messages out loud (for Android and Blackberry devices only). It features A2DP audio streaming, which for example could provide turn-by-turn navigation from smartphones and GPS navigators. Multipoint technology connects up to two phones at the same time, answering the phone that rings.

It provides 20 hours of talk time and 1,000 hours of standby, is compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled phones, including iPhones, BlackBerrys and other smartphones with an Android OS or Windows Mobile operating system, and requires no installation.

The device comes with a USB cable and an in-car charger. MSRP is $129.

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