BlueAnt Lets Hands-Free Users Talk, Check SMS, Browse Internet

Posted: May 17 2010, 11:43am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:08pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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There's a new Bluetooth hands-free device for your car that goes beyond traditional hands-free solutions by literally removing any requirement to look at the handset or hardly push any buttons.
The S4, by Bluetooth start-up BlueAnt, uses voice commands to let users place calls or check text messages. And with built-in text-to-speech technology, users do not need to look at the phone to see who is calling.

Additionally, text messages can be read directly through the device's speaker. This works with a special app called SafeReader, available on Blackberry and Android.

But the main thing that sets this apart from other hands-free options on the market is that users can actually check the Internet, all through voice commands.

For example, users can speak to the S4 to ask for stock quotes, bring up GPS directions, check movie times, or get weather forecasts.

It's a full-featured hands-free Bluetooth set. Users can even connect two mobile phones at the same time, and it will automatically pick up the signal from whichever one rings.

The S4 is available now for around $100.

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