Comments: 0Thursday, May 15th 2008 - 10:44 CEST
Parrot, the specialist in wireless mobile telephony devices, is launching an exceptional digital photo frame created by the leading lady of French design, Andrée Putman. Sporting a pure and sober design that skilfully contrasts the black and white tones with a subtle play of transparency, the frame faithfully respects the Putman style sought-after worldwide from New York to Tokyo. The Parrot digital photo frame by Andrée Putman combines technology with art: with this frame, savour the luxury provided by an extraordinary artist.
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Comments: 0Sunday, April 6th 2008 - 10:05 CEST
More and more mobile phones are equipped with a Bluetooth function nowadays. Despite the fact that many consumer electronic devices already have been equipped with Bluetooth for several years now, the development never stops. In addition Bluetooth compatible products are also being further developed. Bluetooth serves for transferring sounds and files. Parrot is one manufacturer that brings these kinds of wireless communication supporting products in the market.• Read our full Parrot Party review.
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Comments: 0Monday, October 1st 2007 - 19:23 CEST
Parrot launches the first Bluetooth headset designed specifically for drivers. Car drivers who want the confidence of knowing their Bluetooth headset has full battery capacity when needed can rest assured with the US launch of the Parrot Driver Headset. The Parrot Driver Headset utilizes a uniquely designed Plug & Play solution that allows the headset to charge in any vehicle’s cigarette lighter or accessory plug. The Parrot Driver Headset is intended primarily for in-vehicle use, providing drivers with a reliable solution that is always on, and always fully charged at peak capacity when needed.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 19:30 CEST
Parrot, one of the world-leading innovators in Bluetooth technology, introduced the Parrot MiniKit. The Parrot MiniKit is a handsfree, mobile speakerphone that features next-generation, best-in-class voice recognition and audio quality for crystal clear, voice-activated phoning in the car, at home or in the office. Superb audio quality is the key feature of the Parrot MiniKit. Audio performance is due to its built-in two-watt high-fidelity speaker and a built-in omni-directional microphone supported by the latest DSP-2 signal processing technology.
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Comments: 0Thursday, April 26th 2007 - 22:55 CEST
In the year 1994 Henri Seydoux founded Parrot in Paris. Parrot's complete assortment consists of products that fully aim at the cell phone and Bluetooth market. They manufacture products such as loudspeakers you can connect to your cell phone or computer via Bluetooth and Bluetooth hands-free sets. Monitoring the Parrot assortment for a while we found out that their products have become more innovative and more beautiful in a short period of time. Recently a new Parrot product attracted my attention; a 7-inch digital photo frame that lets you transfer your pictures to the internal memory through Bluetooth. Parrot has been so kind as to send me a sample which gave me the opportunity of testing the Parrot Photo Viewer 7".
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Comments: 0Wednesday, March 28th 2007 - 19:57 CEST
Parrot, one of the world-leading innovators in wireless peripherals for the mobile phone, has introduced Bluetooth convenience to corporate boardrooms, offices and conference rooms with the launch of its new high-performance Bluetooth wireless speakerphone. Called the Parrot Conference, the speakerphone features Parrot’s proprietary advanced digital signal processing technology with full duplexing for clear, echo-free conversations in both small and large rooms. Its three highly sensitive microphones provide complete 360-degree voice pickup and a powerful 5-watt speaker allows conversations in normal voice levels for all participants.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, March 28th 2007 - 19:38 CEST
Parrot’s lineup of photo viewers continues to grow with the recent addition of the company’s new Parrot Photo Viewer 7” Bluetooth-enabled digital photo frame that holds more than 500 images and has a seven-inch active-matrix TFT screen for exceptionally bright, crisp photo images. The new Parrot Photo Viewer 7” joins Parrot’s 3.5 inch model introduced earlier this year that holds 120 photos. Both photo viewers are available online and through retailers in the U.S. with an MSRP of $ 239.99 and $169.99 respectively.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 12th 2007 - 02:33 CET
Parrot, has introduced its new Parrot Minikit, a hands-free mobile speakerphone that features next-generation, best-in-class voice recognition, voice-activated phoning in the car, at home or in the office. The Parrot Minikit will be available online and through U.S. retailers in the fourth quarter of 2006 with an MSRP of $124.99. To validate its exceptional performance prior to its launch, Parrot had the Minikit tested against the top two competitors’ speakerphones by one of Europe’s leading audio testing firms. The Minikit was found to be superior in the three categories that most affect the user’s experience: volume, voice transmission quality and voice reception quality.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 12th 2007 - 02:08 CET
Got great pictures on your Bluetooth camera phone? Now you can “free” them from your phone or computer and share them with friends and family by transferring them via Bluetooth to the new Parrot photo viewer where they can be enjoyed by all. Parrot, one of the world’s leading innovators in Bluetooth technology, has introduced a unique, framed LCD that stores up to 100 JPEG photo files from your cell phone or laptop instantly, easily and wirelessly in its 32mb internal memory. The Parrot Photo Viewer let’s you display a single picture, or in “slide show” mode will cycle through all your photos. Build-in sensors keep the image right side up whether the frame is positioned vertically or horizontally.
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