CLIP ON AND START TALK­ING

Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - MOBILES -

The moment you take the Su­per­tooth HD Voice out of its box, you will fall in love with it. The black matt fin­ish, the space­ship like de­sign, the dome-shaped vol­ume con­trol, the fine il­lu­mi­nat­ing lines along the smooth edges – ev­ery­thing about this is su­per cool. But the best is yet to come. This is the best of all the in-car Blue­tooth speak­ers we have tested so far. Su­per­tooth can con­nect up to two hand­sets at a time and pair­ing with a de­vice is as easy it could be. Our Nokia Lu­mia 920 paired in­stantly with the de­vice soon as we switched on the Blue­tooth on both de­vices. The process was as sim­ple with the iPhone 4S.

Upon con­nect­ing a hand- set, Su­per­tooth au­to­mat­i­cally de­tects the phone­book and im­ports all con­tacts. This is put to use when you are voice di­alling a con­tact and also helps the de­vice call out the name in case of an in­com­ing call. This way, you won’t have to take your eyes off the roads.

Press down the vol­ume but­ton and the speaker will ini­ti­ate voice com­mands. Hold it down for three sec­onds and it will re­dial the last num­ber. At any point, say "What Can I Say?" and the Su­per­Tooth HD will start a minute-long tu­to­rial.

The sound qual­ity on the Su­per­Tooth HD voice is fan­tas­tic and it comes with dual mi­cro­phones for noise can­cel­la­tion. The voice is

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