Released October, 2010
The Pros:Compatible with the MotoSpeak application for Android and BlackBerry (text-to-speech texting application). Lighter than the previous generation Motorokr T505. Nicer aesthetic than the previous generation Motorokr T505.
The Cons:Not truly hands-free, lacks voice control.
The Motorola Roadster is a hands-free Bluetooth in-car speakerphone. This phone has a clip so that it can be mounted on the visor of your car. The Motospeak feature of the Roadster allows you to hear texts aloud, as well as speak texts instead of having to type them.
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The dual-microphone noise cancellation technology of this speakerphone blocks outside noise, so that you will not be straining to hear. The FM transmitter of the Roadster allows you to stream audio from the phone to your car speakers (there are dedicated music keys to help you get it going). This speakerphone also features an advanced Bluetooth multipoint, which means that you can connect and receive calls from two phones at once. The Motorola Roadster has an integrated battery that lasts for up to twenty hours of talk time.
- Advanced Bluetooth multipoint
- Bluetooth 2.1 w/ enhanced data rate
- FM transmitter
- Dimensions: 3.54" x 2.75" x .55"
- Weight: 0.19lbs.
- 33ft. wireless Bluetooth range
- Bluetooth profiles Headset (HSP) A2DP 1.2, AVCRP 1.0, HFP 1.5
- Wireless music streaming
- 20 hours of talk time
- 3 weeks of standby time
- On/off switch
- Power saving mode
- Dual-microphone noise cancellation
- Visor clip-on
- Dedicated music keys
User Reviews (2)
compatible with the MotoSpeak application for Android and BlackBerry (text-to-speech texting application)
lighter than the previous generation Motorokr T505
nicer aesthetic than the previous generation Motorokr T505
dual noise canceling microphones
loud - just right for use in a noisy car
capable of listening to and controlling A2DP music streams
built-in FM transmitter for using your car's stereo for audio playback
better button layout than the previous generation Motorokr T505
not truly hands-free, lacks voice control
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