In 1928, the first east-west transatlantic flight widened the horizons, making it easier than ever for people to live far from home or travel far from a jury summons. 1928 also saw the birth of the Galvin Manufacturing Organization, which would later change its name to Motorola. Its production lines bristled with wireless car radios and military transponders, all designed to connect Motorola customers near and far. In 1969, “far” took on a whole new meaning when Neil Armstrong used a Motorola transistor radio to communicate humankind’s first words from the moon’s surface.
Today, Motorola presses forward in their quest to keep people connected. Thanks to the company’s research, cell phones shrank in size until they were razor-thin, and now its Droid smartphones keep social media, email, and texting at customers’ fingertips.
Works, but a little different than my last Moto one. The unit is sort of quiet, doesn't get a loud as my last one and I turn up my phone and the unit, but still on the quiet side, but have been using this type for years, this is the first one that I'm not that happy about but just got it, might need to adjust for some time
I have never experienced a device like this that was so easy to set up and get going It was no trouble at all Literally, in 5 minutes I had it in my car and using the hands free phone and listening to the music on my iPad!