BlueAnt Supertooth 3 Bluetooth Speakerphone told you about my current Bluetooth speakerphone. I still like it. But it has competition; the Sony Ericsson SE AB900. While Bluetooth speakerphones, like trite sayings, are a dime a dozen, what differentiates the AB900 is its RDS feature that finds an empty frequency to broadcast to your car’s FM stereo. I don’t know if this includes calls as well as music. Regardless, SE’s
propaganda press release promises “Your music will simply pause when you take an incoming call and resume when your call ends.”
Other features include “easy access to your five favorite numbers and voicemail at just the touch of a button.” You shouldn’t need to charge the AB900 very often given its promised 26 hours of talk time and 40 days of standby time.
Like the Supertooth 3, no installation required; it clips on to your sun visor. Not clear if the connection is a clip, or magnetic like the Supertooth 3.
No word yet on price or availability. But presumably the wait won’t be too long given the press release.