BlueAnt makes light of in-car chat

Let's face it – handsfree in-car calling still peaks high on the international faff scale. Enter the Supertooth Light  – a wireless h

Let's face it – handsfree in-car calling still peaks high on the international faff scale. Enter the Supertooth Light  – a wireless hands-free speakerphone that doesn’t need an engineering degree to install.Connecting to your handset via Bluetooth, the Ant simply slides onto the sun visor of whatever car your presence happens to be gracing, leaving you free to concentrate on important things. Like driving.One Ant will pair with up to five Bluetooth devices, so you could theoretically experience the joy of a conference call on the road, while a three-hour charge will give it up to 15 hours of talktime, or over two weeks of standby.The latest technology – which comes wrapped in enough acronyms to choke on, including CVC (Clear Voice Capture), DSP (Digital Signal Processing) and AEC (Acoustic Echo Cancellation) – is used to process and adjust echo and background noise, improving the sound quality of any speech.It’s out now in Australia but, just in case you’re unable to get there, we’re assured it will be on its way here before long.

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BlueAnt Supertooth Light Price: £TBA (A$150 in Oz) On sale: TBA (Now in Oz) Contact: BlueAnt Related stories: Cops get tough on chatty motorists