What is a can't live without Accessory?

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  1. Stealth

    Stealth New Member

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    What is a can't live without Accessory?

    I already have:
    mini SD card
    Belt Clip
    GPS receiver
    Desk Cradle
    Headphones
    BT Ear Piece

    I am pretty happy with all of the above so I am not looking for replacements. But is there anything else a toy junkie like me should have for my Q?
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    a slingbox :tounge:
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    car charger
  5. Stealth

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    Opps, I should have said I have that to.
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    So....which BT Ear piece & GPS Receiver does everybody recommend? These are my next two purchases. Thanks
  7. FourTwenSesh

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    Well, if SD card is considered one, then its pretty much mandatory if you want to actually use your Q.
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    For the BT headset, I have a Plantronics Voyager 510. I love it. Barely know you are wearing it, and had good backround noise canceling abilites. I am a truck driver, and am told that the backround noise is unnoticed.
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    SD card and BT headset are my 'can't live without' things.
  10. nocr

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    I'd go with the car charger and headphones.



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    As of today, the BT GPS Receiver (just got it yesterday) I travel 4-6 hours per 8 hour day. I traveled all day today with the GPS (and didn't get lost once), I tried it with Google Maps as well as Windows live, not sure which I like better yet tho going to switch between the two programs til I have a fav. But the accuracy is GREAT on it. I can literally see which side of a road i am on with it. I can see if i am in the front or back of my apartment building, its not just a generalized dot on a screen. If anyone caresm its an Adapt AD-800 BT GPSReceiver. Nice little, and I mean little in the literal sense of the word.
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    Car charger a must have for me. Next would have to be the rubberized 'E-GRIPS'. These handy little items will grip practically anything, and will peel right off without leaving any residue whatsoever.

    Thanks
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    A case and screen protector.
  14. Stealth

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    I have the Bluespoon AX headset - I like it cause it doesn't clip over my ear, it goes in it.
    I have the Holux GPS SLIM 240. Got it to work with Google Maps, and it is the size of a flash drive, and works great after some setup time.
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    headphones??

    Hey just wondering, what are the best regular headphones that allow you to have good music quality, durability, and are cost efficient? I definitely want to be able to answer the phone just using the headphones. THe store on here has the Jabra C120 headphones here: http://store.everythingq.com/content/accessories/73-74--1021.htm


    just wondering if there are any better ones out there and if these one's are even worth it. Maybe there are some bluetooth ones out there that do the same thing?
  16. FourTwenSesh

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    Those things look like lobotomy drills! You could grab your brain and pull it out with those bad boys. I'm sure they work great though.....:laugh2:
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    for me, in random order:
    • BT headset
    • belt pouch
    • car charger
    • usb cable
    • 2Gb mini SD card
    that's it... would like to get a cradle but don;t really see the point at this point if i would still have to plug in the usb connector.
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    Alarm accessories for my Moto Q! Do you have one?



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  19. Stealth

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    Ahh yes - the USB cable is very important!!!!

    Couldn't live (or sync) without it. Well I couldn't (bluetoothless laptiop)
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    sd card and a phone case.

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