Nokia Keeps Your Hands on the Wheel
One of the most common uses for Bluetooth headsets is for keeping your conversations going while you’re driving. Some people don’t like the idea of having something stuck on their ear the whole time they’re on the Interstate, however, so Bluetooth speakerphones are slowly but surely gaining in popularity. Nokia has unveiled the HF-33W, a Bluetooth wireless car handsfree system that plugs into the cigarette lighter for power. No need to worry about a dead battery.
The styling is simple yet elegant, with an almost carbon fiber-like casing on the top, three easy-access buttons on top, and that slight protrusion so that it can pull power from your cigarette jack. The single LED display indicates power and operating status. No word on pricing.