Cellphones without Bluetooth connectivity these days are pretty much crippled handsets as you have to deal with wires when it comes to talking while driving or even transferring data to and from the cellphone. Spark has a solution with the SwizzleStik and it comes with interchangeable docking tips that offer support for a wide range of cellphones. The firmware is also user-upgradeable and is capable of transferring content either way at the touch of a button. Those who want to equip their handsets with Bluetooth can look out for the SwizzleStik this Q2 for approximately $50, although that might turn your handset into a hideous looking monster.
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