Talking on a cell phone while driving can be as dangerous. Many states require all drivers to use hands-free devices if they wish to use their phones in the car. One option for hands-free talking is a kit that allows you to speak through a microphone attached to your visor or rear-view mirror, listen through a powerful external speaker or car stereo speakers and make voice-activated phone calls through a Bluetooth device. The Parrot 3200 LS is a popular car kit that contains plug and play harnesses enabling clean and smooth connections to your car devices. Currently, the Parrot 3200 LS is compatible with 40 different brands of mobile devices, including Apple, BlackBerry, Casio, HP, Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Panasonic, Sprint, Sony Ericsson and T-Mobile. Check the Parrot website for a complete list of compatible devices (see link in Resources).
Palm is a PDA and smartphone manufacturer based in Sunnyvale, Calif. Palm has 11 models compatible with the Parrot 3200 LS: Centro 685, Centro 690 (Sprint), Pre, Treo 650 (Sprint), Treo 680, Treo 700p (Verizon), Treo 700w (Verizon), Treo 700wx (Verizon), Treo 750v, Treo 755p (Sprint) and Tungsten T3.
BlackBerry is a brand of smartphones developed by Canadian company Research in Motion. BlackBerry supports 32 phones that are compatible with the Parrot 3200 LS. These include 7100g (Cingular), 7250 (Nextel), 8100 Pearl (T-Mobile), 8520 Curve, 9500 Storm and 9730 Tour (CDMA).
Nokia Corporation is a telecommunications company based in Helsinki, Finland. Nokia supports 133 phones that are compatible with the Parrot 3200 LS, including the 2323 Classic, 3600 Slide, 3710 Fold, 5130 Xpress Music, 6125, 7310 Supernova, 8910, 9500, E52, N95 and X3.
Motorola is an American telecommunications company based in Schaumburg, Ill. Motorola supports 64 phones compatible with the Parrot 3200 LS, including the A1200, E770, i580 (Nextel), KRZR K3, Q (Verizon), RIZR Z3, V3 and W510.
HTC is a telecommunications company based in Taoyuan, Taiwan. HTC supports 42 phones compatible with the Parrot 3200 LS and these include Desire, Hero, MTeor, P4350 (Herald), S710, Touch Diamond and Wizard (Prodigy).
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