If there is one thing I hate more than anything, it is driving. Donít get me wrong, the open road is awesome, but the other people on it and the fact that my phone wonít stop blowing up makes me a nervous wreck. There are a lot of phone calls, emails, and sometimes even texts that are business related that come in on my phone, so not picking up means lost business. Trying to answer my phone and keep my eyes on the road is not going to happen, so a lot of the time, I just have to take one for the team. Thankfully weíre starting to see products on the market like the SuperTooth HD that will help me answer all those important calls and emails without having to divert my eyes from traffic.
This handy little device clips onto your sun visor with no installation and starts working. It allows drivers to answer incoming calls, select pre-dialed phone numbers, check battery levels, or retrieve voicemail via voice command. The SuperTooth HD also has a hands free assistant feature powered by Dial2Do which will grant you the ability to compose and send Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, and SMS messages all from just using your very own vocal chords. You can find this in stores around April for $129 with USB cable and a car charger. This is compatible with Bluetooth-enabled phones such as the iPhone or Blackberry. The Dial2Do service is about $6 a month and is required for the speech and text services youíre likely going to want.