Blueant’s new Q2 bluetooth wireless headset may not be as crystal clear as having a person next to you, buts its claiming to be the closest out there. 1.5 years after the Q1 was released, Bluant has revealed the new Q2, and if it all works out as they have planned, the wait will well worth it. Aside from having superior noise reduction, The Q2′s state-of-the-art TTS (text to speech) engine will read out weather, news, sports, traffic updates and Microsoft’s Bing 411. The Q2 will also say who is calling you so you will not have to pick up your phone. When you get a call you simply say “ignore” or “answer and to make a call you simply say “phone commands.” If you are lucky enough to own an Android 2.0 smartphone or newer, the Q2 will actually read out SMS messages and E-mails for you! The Q2 features integrated A2DP streaming audio functionality, so you can listen to music, and get turn by turn directions from your GPS. Even better, you can even stream music from a bluetooth enabled computer to your phone. If you own a business, you can connect up to two phones and answer whichever one is ringing, and switch between phones and calls if both ring at the same time. The Q2 sells for $129 at AT&T.
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