Technocel T6000 review: Technocel T6000

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CNET Editors' Rating

3.5 stars Very good
  • Overall: 7.0
  • Design: 7.0
  • Features: 8.0
  • Performance: 6.0
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The Good The Technocel T6000 has easy-to-use controls, a large LCD to view caller ID, and the capability to store phone book entries. It also offers one-touch dialing to your favorite number and the capability to choose from three different ringtones.

The Bad The Technocel T6000 is quite bulky, and we didn't like that we had to disconnect from the phone to access the T6000's menu. Also, call quality could be improved.

The Bottom Line The Technocel T6000 has a lot of features for such a low price, but we wish the call quality were better.

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Now that many states have hands-free calling laws, many cell phone users are considering Bluetooth speakerphones for their cars. They're often easier to use than a Bluetooth headset (as long as you don't mind your passengers listening in on the conversation), and the call quality is often better too. We liked the BlueAnt Supertooth 3 especially, but if you want something more affordable, the Technocel T6000 may be a better option. The T6000 has the typical Bluetooth speakerphone features, plus it has a built-in LCD screen, and the capability to store phonebook entries. The T6000 is available now for about $43.

The Technocel T6000 has a pretty industrial look, with its thick and bulky oblong shape and black and gray tones. It has a large 2.5-inch diagonal LCD screen in the middle, and you actually flip the screen out to power the unit on. To power the speakerphone off, you flip it back down. When you first power it on, it automatically goes into pairing mode, which makes pairing easy. The monochrome screen shows incoming caller ID, battery strength, signal strength, volume level, Bluetooth connection, and whether the mic is muted.

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Technocel T6000

Part Number: UBTT6000 Released: Sep. 1, 2008
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  • Release date Sep. 1, 2008