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BlueAnt Supertooth Light Bluetooth Speakerphone Looks Like Remote Car Starter

Based out of Melbourne, Australia, BlueAnt Wireless is looking to storm the giant ant hill known as the United States with its Supertooth Light Bluetooth Speakerphone. The trouble is, some people may confuse it for a car alarm remote. I know I did.

The BlueAnt Supertooth Light Bluetooth Speakerphone is on display at CTIA Wireless 2007. Among its key features are a “stylish” design, ease of use, and Clear Voice Capture (CVC) and Digital Signal Processor (DSP) “to help achieve its outstanding audio qualities” through acoustic echo cancellation and noise suppression.

Use the provided two-sided magnetic clip to mount the Supertooth Light on your car’s sun-visor. Better still, get it to pair up with all the cell phones in the car: it supports multi-pairing with up to five Bluetooth devices. Who needs privacy?

Look for the BlueAnt Supertooth Light at selected retailers for $99.

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