We were also able to test out one of Sony Ericsson's sillier phone gadgets -- the Bluetooth Car-100. It's a tiny little rally car, about the size of a matchbox vehicle that connects to a range of Sony Ericsson Bluetooth capable phones and can be driven around using the phone's number keys once it's been paired to a phone.
There are a few catches, however. On the small annoyance side, it charges by sucking juice out your mobile phone charging connector, meaning you can't charge the phone and car at the same time, and it requires you to install a small application to get it running -- on other SE phones it would appear to be instantaneous.
On the major annoyance side, a Car-100 will set you back AU$120, which is an awful lot to pay for a single-trick phone pony. At that price, you certainly wouldn't want anyone at home to step on it, or attempt to pull the wheels off it, for that matter.