Cell Phone Accessories

By: Marcia Henin

The tremendous increase in cell phone usage has increased the range and requirements of cell phone accessories. People prefer many accessories such as mobile covers, music systems and MP-3 players in a cell phone. Below mentioned are a few cell phone accessories to stay connected safely while on the drive:

1.Mobile Phone Belt Clip: The shift belt clip is one of the vital cell phone accessories. It is easier for users to keep their cell phones versatile and safe through this clip belt. It is best for those people, who prefer to keep their cell phones at their waist while driving.

2.Bluetooth Parrot CK3200LS Car kit with LCD Display: This Bluetooth Parrot hands-free car kit uses the color LCD for the users to view information. This Bluetooth Parrot cell phone accessory can store contact details and is equipped with voice recognition feature to call numbers automatically. This Bluetooth Parrot car kit cell phone accessory is compatible with cell phones as such HP, LG, Nokia, Blackberry, and Motorola.

3.Bluetooth Speakerphone: A Bluetooth Speakerphone allows users to use their cell phones more safely while driving. The volume of speaker is adjustable in the automatic way while driving to avoid background nuisances. A standard Bluetooth Speakerphone offers 20 hours of stretch talk time and 480 hours of standby.

Jawbone:

Jawbone is a kind of Bluetooth headset made by Aliph, a firm based in San Francisco, established by Hosain Rahman and Alexander Asseily. The designer of Jawbone headset is Yves Behar.

Jawbone when connected to a mobile phone, computer or PDA eases wireless communication using Bluetooth. This technology offers a secure connection and transfers information among devices over short radio frequency.

It uses the 'Noise Shield' adaptive signal processing technology created by Aliph for DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), processing, outgoing and incoming sound to minimize background disturbance in military environments.

The device is equipped with a small sensor to detect vibrations made during communication to divide a caller's voice from noise in surroundings. The device was rewarded with the International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award in 2007, and with title of "Wearable Gadget of the Year".

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