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ZOMM Wireless Leash review

on Sunday, December 23rd, 2012

The ZOMM Wireless Leash (available in white, pink, or black) is a small key-fob sized Bluetooth hands-free speakerphone and alarm for any Bluetooth-enabled phone or, for that matter, any other BT device that can partner with it. It’s touted as having three features: It sounds an alarm if it loses connection to its paired device, itRead More…


Griffin SmartTalk Solar Bluetooth Speakerphone Review

on Friday, October 5th, 2012

It’s not illegal yet to talk on your phone while driving in North Carolina, but it’s still difficult and dangerous to juggle a phone while you’re trying to drive.  My Subaru Outback didn’t come equipped with a built-in hands-free Bluetooth system, and I find most Bluetooth headsets uncomfortable to wear.  Plus, I find trying toRead More…


DBEST London Introduces the Transformative Bluetooth HiFi System in the US

on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

The London-based company DBEST London has announced the US retail availability of their Transformative Bluetooth HiFi System.  In addition to Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR connectivity, you can also connect your computer, MP3 player, phone, Playstation, or other audio device via a 3.5mm input cable.  The Transformative system is 9.8 x 3.4 x 9.9 inches and weighs 1.2Read More…

What's in the box - actually, there's a power plug as well.

Jabra Freeway Bluetooth Speakerphone Review

on Sunday, July 17th, 2011

I’m a huge consumer of music while on the go. If I’m not doing something that requires concentration, I’m likely to have earbuds shoved in my ears or headphones on. When driving, however, I don’t like to use earbuds/headphones because of the safety issues. I drive an older model car usually, so have been usingRead More…


Plantronics K100 In-Car Bluetooth Speakerphone Review

on Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

There is no state in the US that bans all phone use while driving. (Texting while driving is different, and many states do ban texting by all drivers.) Several states ban all cell phone use by certain types of drivers – like novice drivers or bus drivers – and several states require hands-free devices. NorthRead More…