Laws prohibiting text messaging and cell-phone calls while driving are popping up all over the place, leaving many constant communicators in a lurch. Enter Bluetooth to save the day. Hands-free kits allow drivers to continue their conversations but keep their hands on the wheel and (hopefully) their attention on the road.
These devices, such as the Parrot MKi9200, take care of almost everything -- with the touch of a few buttons, the phone is ringing and you're on your way. But if you want truly hands-free, then the Parrot has the capacity for voice recognition. You can leave your phone in your pocket, purse, backpack or briefcase and speak normally as if the person were with you in the car. It'll also sync up your cell phone's address book with what it has on file -- so that phone number you scored last night is safe and sound.
Phone call completed, you might want to put on some music -- if only traffic weren't such a swamp. The hands-free car kit has your back again. A remote control allows you to get the song you want all geared up to play easily.
Now that we're listening to some tunes, let's get a better look at the Bluetooth speaker options out there.