In addition, the BlueAnt Supertooth 3 also comes with an integrated vibration sensor that is capable of detecting your handset whenever you return to your vehicle (vibrations are picked up when you open and close the door). This is pretty neat since you can always go down to your local Wal-mart and pick up whatever groceries you need for the week and head back to your car to be connected back to the Supertooth 3 without having to go through the tedious pairing process all over again that is normally associated with other Bluetooth handsfree speakerphones.
The BlueAnt Supertooth 3 will ship this March for $119 a pop.
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