Comments: 0Thursday, July 10th 2008 - 17:13 CEST
In anticipation of the Hands Free Driving laws, effective July 1st, Motorola and Nectar Accessories provided California lawmakers with cutting edge Bluetooth headsets and award-winning BlueCLIP headset holders. Even naysayers participated in the event. “I voted no on the law, but I still have to comply with it,” said California Assemblymember Doug La Malfa as he tried on a sleek Motorola H12 headset.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 10th 2008 - 17:10 CEST
GN announced the launch and availability of the Jabra BT4010 Bluetooth headset. Featuring a “smart display,” which is conveniently positioned in the center of this new device, the Jabra BT4010 is the only headset that empowers you to check battery level, connection status and call status in a single glance. It is ideal for people who are constantly looking to eliminate the need to scroll through endless menus, but who want a cost effective solution that allows them to enjoy the ease of hands-free communication. The Jabra BT-4010 headset will be available this Spring at an MSRP of $59.99.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, June 3rd 2008 - 16:00 CEST
Aliph announces the eagerly awaited new Jawbone Bluetooth headset to the United Kingdom. The next generation Jawbone features breakthrough noise elimination technology to provide even better voice quality in a more stylish and ergonomic package, 50% smaller than the original award-winning Jawbone. The new Jawbone Bluetooth Headset is available today for £79.99 (EURO 99,95) at The Carphone Warehouse stores across the UK and online throughout internet retailers.
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Comments: 0Monday, May 26th 2008 - 12:06 CEST
To transform your low-fidelity mobile phone audio into high-fidelity, stereophonic sound - wirelessly - Logitech announced the Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system. Soon you can be listening to your favorite tunes on your mobile phone - even when your phone is in your pocket. “Millions of people now use a mobile phone to listen to music. If you’re one of those people, now you can toss your ear buds aside and pump up the volume,” said Mark Schneider, vice president and general manager of Logitech’s audio business unit. “So when you’re at a party, at the park, or just hanging out at home, your mobile-phone music will always sound great when you use the Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system.”
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Comments: 0Monday, May 26th 2008 - 11:32 CEST
Available to buy in the consumer market, Comply Foam Tips are compatible with most popular in-ear earphones. Hearing Components partnered with major consumer brands such as Philips, Skullcandy and Ultimate Ears to provide consumers more exposure to the superior comfort, fit and performance that is experienced when using Comply Foam Tips.
Comments: 0Wednesday, May 7th 2008 - 22:19 CEST
CuPhone announced its “Echo Free” USB-to-Phone Adaptor. This small adaptor, when plugged into the USB port of a PC, allows the user to plug his regular phone into the RJ11 port on the adaptor to make and receive either Skype or normal landline “echo free” calls. The “Echo Free” Phone adaptor is based on TigerJet Network's most advanced single chip VoIP solution, the Tiger580, which has built-in Echo Cancellation hardware, SLIC/Phone interface and a 16-bit audio codec. With built-in echo cancellation hardware, the audio quality is significantly improved over the software echo cancellation alternative since, with software echo cancellation, audio quality is dependent on many factors, including PC performance and network delay.
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Comments: 0Saturday, April 5th 2008 - 20:53 CEST
Sound ID announced a breakthrough Bluetooth headset for mobile phones, the Sound ID HD300. With Noise Navigation, providing pristine sound through the automatic reduction of wind and background noise, the HD300’s acoustic innovations are evenly matched by its narrow form and chic, high-gloss piano black finish.
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Comments: 0Friday, February 15th 2008 - 09:45 CET
The wireless music experience has been enhanced with an upgraded version of the award-winning Motorola S9, the Motorola S9-HD. Freedom to exercise, move around and commute without wires to tangle or hold you back, is now enhanced with high-definition audio and ear buds that reduce background noise and improve comfort. The Motorola S9-HD is the new benchmark of wireless music powered by Bluetooth wireless technology. The Motorola MotoRokr S9-HD is expected to be available Q2 of 2008.
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Comments: 0Friday, February 15th 2008 - 09:05 CET
World-class acoustic stereo sound goes wireless with the newly launched Motorola EQ7 Wireless Hi-Fi Stereo Speaker. Blast music in full, rich sound and take calls over the high-quality speakerphone with a powerful built-in microphone. Portable audio has never sounded this good. A tuned-ported enclosure, combined with four aluminium dome Odyssey transducers driven by powerful neodymium magnets, provide deep rich bass and smooth response, clear out to 20kHz. The class 1 Bluetooth wireless connection delivers up to 100m/330ft of range for true wireless freedom. When using the speakerphone function, integrated controls make it easy to switch between music and calls with the touch of a button.
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Comments: 0Friday, February 15th 2008 - 09:00 CET
Delivering wireless freedom and stereo sound in style and in the palm of your hands is now possible with the newly launched Motorola EQ5 Portable Wireless Speaker! The Motorola EQ5 is sleek, stylish and pocket-sized, enabling consumers to play music or take calls anywhere. A sleek, slim design means music goes mobile, headphones-free. A metal grill protects the internal speakers and a convenient kickstand keeps the speaker at the perfect angle for an enhanced audio experience.
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