There are a stack of bluetooth speakers available. Here’s how to pair one to your Apple laptop for better sound quality and volume. Continue reading 〉
In this article I reviewed 3 bluetooth headsets for audio quality: the Motorola Roadster Pro, the Parrot Neo HD and the Jabra Freeway. I didn’t like any of them. They sounded fine to the driver of the car but the driver’s voice sounded bad to the person on the other end of the phone.
Since then I have been trying them on the road and it’s been a little different.
In real life there is a clear winner: the Motorola Roadster Pro.
I’ve made a little video so you can see how good it sounds!
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I recently decided to buy a hands-free Bluetooth speaker for my iPhone so that I could make calls while driving. I read some reviews and decided to go for Motorola Roadster Pro. All over the web reviewers are singing it’s praises. 9/10, 9.5/10, I even saw a 9.63/10! Unfortunately, when it arrived, I discovered that the voice quality of the outgoing calls is woeful.
Most reviews are misleading because the reviewers only listen to the quality of the sound out of the driver’s speaker – they don’t check the quality of the sound that the person at the other end of the phone call hears. So I ordered another 2 highly rated Bluetooth units and did a comparison. They were almost as bad! Here’s a comparison of the three.
So I have one of these to give away for free, it’s brand new. If you want it leave a comment as to why you think need it I’ll pick someone at the end of the week. Continue reading 〉
Over the past few weeks I’ve measured the EMF levels of various Apple devices using a hand-held RF field strength meter. (It measures frequencies from 50MHz to 3.5GHz). I measured EMF levels of an Apple iPhone, iPad, Mac Mini, iMac, Apple Airport Base station, Apple LCD display, and Apple bluetooth keyboard and mouse.