At Motorola Holiday Show in NYC, the manufacturer announced its new wireless speakerphone, modeled T505. Under the ROKR series, it is music-friendly device thanks to the support for A2DP profile, allowing it to receive stereo music from the phone (or other paired compatible device) and then play it either through the speakers or to transmit it to a FM radio, thanks to a built in transmitter. It searches for clean frequencies and then loudly says you to tune the radio to one. The caller’s name on incoming call is also spoken.
As the Motorola ROKR T505 uses a built-in battery than can run it for up to 20 hours, it can be used both in the office and in the car. Still, it is rather designed for the latter and comes with a clip for attaching to the sun visor.
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