Here we have a rather odd device that we're surprised wasn't brought to the market in earnest many moons ago. This is the Motorola Roadster (as it's called in the USA) Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone. This device works by itself if you're just interested in listening to the radio or connected to your Android device. Just think of all the possibilities you'll have in using your Android device in the car with absolutely no touches to activate all the love you've grown to need between stops.
First you've gotta take the time to check out our unboxing of the Motorola Roadster. It's such a weird little thing, you're bound to fall in love. Next find your way to maximum profits with two posts about the Android Marketplace. Get your hands on the brand spanking new Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK for developers. Take a guess at which tablet device is coming up for ClockworkMod modification. Hypothesize with Epic Games on the future of Android and get your hands in the air because Kongregate is back in the store. All this and MORE on Android Community Daily Wrap Up!
We've been sent a rather weird object that you may never have heard of before. It's called the Motorola Roadster and it's made to assist you in using your Android phone in your vehicle without paying so much attention to it that you crash. It has the potential to be very, very helpful, or on the other hand very, very difficult to understand. Let's take a look at what it looks like, first of all. Then we'll try to turn it on.