|Product||Motorola Roadster||Motorola Roadster 2 (Bluetooth hands-free car kit / FM transmiter)||Gogroove FlexSmart X2 In-Car Stereo Bluetooth Adapter||Parrot Minikit Neo||Kinivo BTC450 Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit|
|Price||$52.01 to $70.85||$78.00 to $99.99||MSRP: $49.99||$79.99 to $99.99||$39.99|
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Motorola's latest Bluetooth speakerphone comes highly recommended. However, competing models have an advantage in the voice command department.
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The Gogroove FlexSmart X2 is a good option, but not the best, if you're looking for a no-install way to pipe calls and music through your car stereo.
The Parrot Minikit Neo combines the great call quality that we've come to expect from Parrot devices with advanced technologies that make it safer to use and easier to live with.
The Kinivo BTC450 is a good and inexpensive choice for adding Bluetooth to cars with an auxiliary input, but it is short on features.
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