A growing number of places forbid driving while phoning. Maybe the offense doesn't make mothers mad, but it could be dangerous, even deadly. Like the bumper sticker says, "Hang Up And Drive!" But if you really need to talk while motoring, the SuperTooth II handsfree kit is a good choice. Its sophisticated DSP filtering helps a lot, though it won't be much help in an open convertible or other highly noisy situation, and its shape makes desktop use awkward. However, for beautifully simple automobile-bound use, it's an attractive, easily re-charged winner.
Overall (not an average)
Attractive, well designed, and convenient
Simple setup�clear instructions in the manual
Simple controls, including a real knob for volume
Rechargeable; AC and DC cables included
Insufficient sound volume for high-noise areas
Distortion easily perceptible at highest volume setting
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