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BlueAnt S3 Speakerphone launches at CES

Posted in BlueAnt by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2011

BlueAnt, makers of all kinds of Bluetooth gear has launched a new device at CES 2011 called the S3. It connects to the visor in your car and offers hands free calling as well as a lot of other features. The device features a convenient auto reconnect that connects your phone back to the S3 each time you get in or out of the car. It also supports text-to-speech for text messages when used with a separate downloadable app.

The S3 will cost you $79.99 and ships in the first quarter of 2011. It can also be paired with two devices at one time and supports five languages. In addition to the other features, the speaker is full-duplex and it has wind and echo cancellation.

BlueAnt unveils F4 Communications System for motorcyclists

Posted in BlueAnt by Shane McGlaun on December 8th, 2009

blueantf4-sbThere are tons of Bluetooth headsets for car drivers to use for hands free calls. I’m not user if there are as many available for motorcyclists though. BlueAnt has announced a new communications system for motorcycles called the F4.

The system will allow riders to make and receive phone calls while riding and supports A2DP technology. The system can stream stereo music form a Bluetooth device. It can also act as an intercom system for double eiders.

BlueAnt updates Q1 with A2DP support

Posted in BlueAnt by Shane McGlaun on December 2nd, 2009

blueantq1-sbI like it when manufactures add new features to the gadgets I own via firmware updates and don’t charge me any more money to get the features. This is what Apple does for the iPhone, Sony for the PS3, and now BlueAnt is doing the same thing for its Q1 Bluetooth headset.

The Q1 headset already has a lot of features, but the device lacked A2DP support for streaming audio from a smartphone to the headset. Streaming music might not be that great considering the headset is not stereo, but I am all for streaming directions from my iPhone navigation app.

BlueAnt S1 hands free Bluetooth kit unveiled

Posted in BlueAnt by Shane McGlaun on June 2nd, 2009

blueants1-sbI recently bought a new car that is a convertible with a manual transmission. The problem is that I get too many phone calls and it is impossible to answer the phone and drive a manual transmission car in traffic and there is too much wind noise for speaker phone use.

BlueAnt has announced a new hands free kit called the S1 that might be perfect for my needs. The device clips to the visor of the car and can connect to two phones at the same time. Either phone that rings will be transferred to the S1. The phone can be paired with eight different phones.

BlueAnt Q1 now available at Sprint stores

Posted in BlueAnt by Shane McGlaun on May 1st, 2009

blueantq1-sbI have mentioned before that I am not a big fan of Bluetooth headsets. I think when you are driving in your car they are great. However, when you are walking around the mall or are in a restaurant you should just hold the phone up so we don’t all think you are talking to us until we see the Bluetooth headset in your ear.

I talked a bit about the feature packed BlueAnt Q1 headset last month. In case you missed that, the Q1 offers voice recognition programming and allows you to answer and end calls with voice commands.

BlueAnt Q1 Bluetooth headset debuts

Posted in BlueAnt by Shane McGlaun on April 2nd, 2009

blueant020-sbI’m not a big fan of Bluetooth headsets personally; I prefer to just hold my phone to my ear. However, in some states you have to use hands free devices to be able to use cell phones while driving. If you live in one of those states, a Bluetooth hands free kit or headset is required.

BlueAnt has announced a new Bluetooth headset called the Q1 that has some very interesting features. The most important feature is that the device can be controlled using voice commands. The headset responds to spoken commands like redial, call back, answer/ignore call, and check battery.

BlueAnt Supertooth 3 voice activated handsfree kit launches

Posted in BlueAnt by Shane McGlaun on June 17th, 2008

BlueAnt Supertooth 3All around the country many states and cities are moving to hands free laws that make it illegal to use a cell phone while driving without taking advantage of a handsfree kit. These new laws have been a boom for makers of Bluetooth devices and the most recently announced device from BlueAnt has some cool features.

BlueAnt has introduced its new Supertooth 3 device that retails for $129.95. The handsfree device features Text-to-Speech technology that announces an incoming callers name or caller ID information as well as providing spoken setup instructions. The device can speak names in six languages including Spanish and English.

CES 2008

BlueAnt V1 Bluetooth headset with voice control

Posted in BlueAnt,Bluetooth,CES 2008,Headsets by Darrin Olson on January 9th, 2008

BlueAnt V1 voice controlled Bluetooth headsetBlueAnt has another wireless Bluetooth product on deck this year at CES in addition to the M1 Speaker with the BlueAnt V1 wireless Bluetooth headset. BlueAnt gave their existing Z9 Bluetooth headset a little upgrade in looks and a big upgrade in technology.

The BlueAnt V1 headset’s most significant feature that helps it stand out from large crowd of Bluetooth headsets is it’s voice control. According to the company this is the world’s first voice controlled Bluetooth headset as it attempts to do away with the different combination of button presses that are necessary to control different functions on most similar headsets.

CES 2008

BlueAnt launches M1 Bluetooth speaker

Posted in BlueAnt,Bluetooth,CES 2008,Speakers by Darrin Olson on January 9th, 2008

BlueAnt M1 Bluetooth speakersAustralia based BlueAnt recently unveiled a new wireless Bluetooth speaker this week at CES in Las Vegas, bringing a quality Bluetooth speaker product that’s completely wireless for a $199 price tag. The price point on the BlueAnt M1 might be a little higher than other wireless speakers for your portable devices, but BlueAnt’s goal is to “…fill lack of good quality portable stereo speakers in a market that is saturated with cheap, terrible sounding boom boxes.”, according to BlueAnt CEO Taisen Maddern.

The BlueAnt M1 features an output of 28 watts RMS, rechargeable batteries that will run the device for around 10 hours at a medium volume level, and is compatible with any Bluetooth A2DP device including computers, PDA’s and mobile phones. In the event that you want to use the speakers with your non-Bluetooth media player it also sports a 3.5mm jack to connect directly.