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Is Parrot Bluetooth Still Leading the Game?

Everybody that thinks of bluetooth car kits automatically think of the brand Parrot, its a brand that’s not only been around from the start of the technology’s but also continually redefined concepts and how the user can interact with the system. The standards that parrot set early on now define how good current kits are. However just as other technology’s evolve, so does the bluetooth market. The real question is are Parrot still number ONE?

The Bluetooth car kit market is now more competitive than ever. New brands with updated functions are being released regularly, most of which perform in exactly the same manor as each other. However one of the main areas which the brands are currently focusing on improving is the design. Since the development of the iPod, much more emphasis has been put on stylish designs in general, which ever market any product has been released into. The world now expects contemporary looks and visually excellent style, basically the product has to be a cool stylish accessory as well as a fully functional product.

Many brands are releasing updated bluetooth kits, these kits now offer the visual aesthetics that you would expect of any newly styled products. The new Ego bluetooth car kits for example look absolutely stunning, and would integrate very well into any vehicle. The New bury range combines visual aesthetics and performance to raise the bar for the next lot of challengers. But where does this leave the Parrot Kits? 

Well the Older parrot kits including the once very popular CK range are not declining in sales just yet and the functionality of the kits are still fairly competitive across the board however its the styling of the kits that are now starting age in comparison with virtually all the newer kits available on the market. Parrot have responded by releasing the new Parrot MKI Range of bluetooth car kits. A new range with new features as standard including iPod compatibility, with text and track display on the screen.

In short the combination of use-ability, sleek designs and a wide compatibility with vehicle manufacturers is a winning formula that has pushed the parrot brand right to the top of the bluetooth car kit food chain. The reputation is well deserved as parrot are continually trying to push the boundary’s of taste, compatibility and functionally, and above all they continue to keep us safe on the roads. However, any bluetooth kit is better than no bluetooth kit. Keep yourself and other road users safe by using a bluetooth handsfree kit or don’t use your phone at all.


April 24th, 2009
Shelved in the Bluetooth, Bluetooth Car Kits, Bluetooth Kits, Bury THD category
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