Motorola Inc., www.motorola.com
Details: The Motorola RAZR H3 headset was designed specifically to complement the Motorola RAZR V3 mobile phone (but works with a variety of Bluetooth 1.2- and 1.1-enabled mobile phones). The H3 provides an enhanced ear seal for better audio performance and comfortable wear over extended periods. For added user convenience, it can be worn on either ear and comes with volume-orientation technology so the controls are always upright. It also has an omni-directional microphone for voice clarity. Users place, receive and end calls with one button. It allows wireless connections up to 30 feet, eight hours of talk time or 150 hours of standby time and is VoIP-compatible. It also allows three-way call conferencing.
Details: The Bluetooth technology works up to 30 feet away from a mobile phone and is 20 percent lighter and 30 percent slimmer than the previous generation. It delivers eight hours of talk time and up to 240 hours of standby time, features a multicolored LED that indicates Bluetooth connection and battery life, and offers voice dial, call hold/call wait, last number redial and reject call functionality. It also offers intuitive one-touch button for easy pairing and easy charging from PC via a USB cable or AC adapter. Users can mute the headset.
Plantronics Inc., www.plantronics.com
Details: This VoIP-optimized Bluetooth headset system targets mobile professionals and features multipoint technology to switch between multiple Bluetooth-enabled devices, including softphones and mobile phones, with the touch of a button. A plug-and-play Bluetooth USB adapter eliminates the software setup process and enables mobile professionals to place hands-free calls through any VoIP service with one step. The system integrates with enterprise softphone software from companies including, Avaya Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Nortel Networks and Skype Technologies SA, to offer call notification and remote call answering via the headset.
Availability: June 2006 through Plantronics Inc.s authorized resellers, major e-commerce sites and www.plantronics.com. It also will be available in retail stores in early fall.
HCB-100 Bluetooth Car Kit
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, www.sonyericsson.com
Details: Versatile for car, office or home, there is no installation needed. It features a speakerphone, and delivers up to 20 hours of talk time and 600 hours of standby time. It features Digital Signal Processing, digital noise cancellation, echo reduction and Color ID to individually identify up to five handsets.
MSRP: Estimated $129
Availability: Early Third Quarter 2006
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, www.sonyericsson.com Details: The glossy black, compact pen form offers Digital Signal Processing, fast automatic volume adjustment, Bluetooth 2.0, auto pairing to connect your headset to your phone as soon as you turn on Bluetooth, and redialing.
MSRP: Estimated $119
Oakley O ROKR
Manufacturer: Motorola Inc., www.motorola.com
Details: This Bluetooth eyewear from Oakley Inc. and Motorola connects users to calls and music. O ROKR can wirelessly stream music from a compatible Bluetooth-enabled phone or a portable music player with an add-on Bluetooth adapter. It enables wireless connections up to 30 feet away, four hours of talk time and 100 hours of standby time.
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