Now that I'm Bluetooth-enabled, I can take advantage of Parrot's Easydrive kit.
If you're familiar with my travels, trials, and tribulations, you'll remember my dissatisfaction with my service provider who was agonizingly slow to adopt Bluetooth into its handsets.
I finally got my hands on one (the Motorola E815). The primary reason for this need was to connect to a hands-free car kit. I've been using a wired hands-free device for some time, but never really liked it. Now that I'm Bluetooth-enabled, I can take advantage of Parrot's Easydrive kit.
The Easydrive has two main componentsa speaker that plugs into the cigarette lighter and a microphone that sticks to the dashboard. When I get into the car, the system beeps to let me know that it has recognized my phone and is connected. When a call comes in, I hit a button on the mike part and the call is connected.
When I want to make an out-going call, I take advantage of the system's voice-recognition feature, and simply tell the system who to call.
I'd say this is the next-best thing to having an integrated system (one that's factory-installed). For more information, contact Parrot at www.parrot.biz.