BlueAnt S3 Bluetooth Speakerphone Has Multilanguage Support, but Design Hampers Usability

At a Glance

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  • BlueAnt S3

    The S3 has broad appeal, as it offers five language options, phone-book sync, and dependable audio quality most of the time. In the car, though, the unit is not as easy to use as we would like.

At a Glance

The S3 has broad appeal, as it offers five language options, phone-book sync, and dependable audio quality most of the time. In the car, though, the unit is not as easy to use as we would like.

Pros

  • Autotransfers phone's contacts after pairing
  • Incoming voices sound clear

Cons

  • Attaching the device to the visor clip is awkward
  • Touch controls are hard to gauge when driving
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