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Drive Talk Bluetooth in-car speakerphone is powered by the sun

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silidrivetalk1Drive Talk is a new solar-powered Bluetooth in-car speakerphone that allows users to safely make and receive calls while they’re driving.

The device from Australian company Sili can be positioned on your dashboard and held in place with a silicon anti-slip base.

It is a fairly compact device – 9.7cm long, 8cm wide and 3.6cm at its highest point.

Drivers can easily pair their smartphones to Drive Talk via Bluetooth and keep their hands on the wheel instead of on their phone.

Drive Talk has a solar panel on the back to put it in direct view of sunlight while resting on your car’s dashboard to top up the battery charge.

The product is made from ABS materials that can handle temperatures up to 80 degrees.

Through the high-efficiency solar panel, Drive Talk can be full charged in 12 hours.

Drive Talk is solar-powered and pairs to your smartphone via Bluetooth

There is also a USB port to allow express charging with a cable and have it fully powered in two hours.

On the front are the speaker and a microphone with ambient noise reduction that faces the driver so you’ll have no problem hearing your calls loud and clear.

The volume of the calls can be easily adjusted from the keys on the left side of the product.

Along the top above the speaker is the control button that can be used to answer, reject and redial calls.

The Drive Talk device has a small footprint, a solar panel and a clear speaker for hands-free calls

The onboard rechargeable battery can handle about four hours of talk time and 55 hours of standby time.

The Drive Talk solar-powered Bluetooth speakerphone is priced at $49.95 – down from $69.95 – from www.sili.com.au.

It is also coming soon to retail outlets around Australia.

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