Motorola announced the Roadster, an in-car Bluetooth speakerphone from the company’s Elite series. The device features dual-microphone noise cancellation technology to make sure you can be heard over road noise and block out background noise and the MotoSpeak text-to-speech and speech-to-text technology.
Motorola Roadster supports Bluetooth 2.1 with advanced multipoint technology for connecting two devices as the same time, and A2DP profile for wireless music streaming. The speakerphone comes with built-in 2-watt speaker and easy-to-access buttons. It also works as a FM transmitter.
Motorola is going to release the Roadster in Q4 2010.