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Kensington Hands-Free Visor Car Kit for iPhone and Bluetooth Phones

Kensington’s car kit sports large controls and speed-dial buttons, which make the unit a breeze to use. But call quality is unpredictable.

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Motorola H790 Bluetooth Headset

$80 (or less) is a great price for this light-feeling Motorola headset, which delivers dependable call quality most of the time.

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Nikon Camera-Projector a Good Start; 7 More Tech Combos We’d Like to See

Nikon is onto something with its Coolpix camera that sports a built-in projector. Here are some other tech combos we'd like to see.

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USB, Bluetooth Hugely Popular With Consumers, Researcher Reports

Most common uses: USB flash drives for USB and connecting phones to PCs for Bluetooth.

BlueAnt Q1Bluetooth Headset

The Q1 headset’s integrated (albeit limited) voice commands are a cinch to use, and the recognition accuracy rate is high. Call quality, however, fluctuated.

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Aliph's Jawbone Prime Bluetooth Headset is a Solid Upgrade

The new Aliph Jawbone Prime Bluetooth headset does an especially fine job of background noise cancellation.

Plantronics Voyager Pro Bluetooth Headset

Take advantage of the Voyager Pro’s impressive wind reduction during calls--and expect great audio quality, to boot. You’ll have to be content with this Bluetooth headset's chunky design, though.

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Iqua Vizor Sun Bluetooth Car Speakerphone

If you want a solar-powered car speakerphone--and you can expose your vehicle to the sun regularly--consider the Iqua. The audio quality is nothing to write home about, however.

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Motorola T305 Bluetooth Portable Hands-Free Speaker

Motorola's ultraportable, easy-to-use T305 Bluetooth car kit delivers satisfactory call quality for a great price.

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Parrot Minikit Chic Bluetooth Car Speakerphone

Parrot’s Bluetooth car speakerphone does a great job with calls, and its phone-book downloading works as advertised, but voices often sounded muffled or far away to other parties.

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